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West Virginia Welcomes Metrc Seed-to-Sale tracking
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West Virginia Welcomes Metrc for Seed-to-Sale Tracking

The Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC) in West Virginia has selected Metrc as their new seed-to-sale tracking provider for the state of West Virginia’s medical cannabis industry. OMC Director, Jason Frame, said that this is an important step to provide patients safe access to medical cannabis. While the COVID-19 Pandemic has devastated many other industries across the country, the OMC says that it has not stopped them from continuing to lay the groundwork for a safe and regulated medical cannabis industry. West Virginia’s partnership with Metrc will allow for regulatory oversight and enforcement of growers, processors, distributors, and dispensaries.

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Oklahoma Welcomes Metrc for Seed-to-Sale Tracking

Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) just announced that Metrc has been awarded the contract for their statewide seed-to-sale tracking system. In a press release issued on September 18th, 2020; OMMA stated that this move is part of a greater effort aimed at ensuring accountability and safety throughout the state of Oklahoma’s medical marijuana industry. 

Oklahoma currently has almost 10,000 active cannabis business licenses and over 342,000 active patient licenses. OMMA’s partnership with Metrc will provide greater regulation in the industry while reinforcing patient safety.

RFID Solutions for the Legal Cannabis Industry - Existo Solutions
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RFID Solutions for Your Legal Cannabis Business

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology offers many conveniences for all facility types in the legal cannabis industry. This technology has a variety of uses for retail, access control, and electronic payment methods. RFID is perfectly suited for the highly regulated legal cannabis industry because it can accurately track and report data. One of the best uses of this technology is to track products from seed-to-sale for regulatory compliance.

NTEP Scale for Cannabis Industry
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Are Your Scales NTEP Certified?

Cannabis is a product that has been bought and sold by weight since before it was legalized. Prior to legalization, cannabis was bought and sold using scales with pretty questionable accuracy. When sold in small amounts, it might not make a difference to a seller’s bottom line. However, with legalization and expansion of the retail cannabis industry, accuracy and precision in scales used for commercial transactions are imperative. By using NTEP Certified scales, you can ensure that every transaction is precise.

Business Communications Solutions for the Cannabis Industry
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Business Communication Solutions for the Cannabis Industry

Nationwide social distancing orders have changed the way that just about all retail stores do business. The cannabis industry is no exception. In order to keep up with the demand for curbside and delivery services, cannabis provisioning centers must have the right technical infrastructure in place. Initially, as statewide stay-at-home orders were implemented, many retail cannabis businesses had to quickly improvise to adapt to the changing environment in order to keep operations running. As we are starting to see, things are not going back to “normal.” Instead, we’re starting to see a new normal. Things that were meant to be temporary fixes will no longer work now that there will be new regulations and mandates to follow. 

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Are Your Cannabis Business SOPs Documented Correctly For COVID-19?

Now that you have gotten the hang of operating your cannabis business in the current COVID-19 environment, it’s time to make sure these new processes are documented. Chances are that daily business operations have drastically changed over the last few months. In order to continue serving customers, many retail cannabis businesses had to completely overhaul operations to keep their doors open and keep everyone safe. They had to quickly adapt to remain in compliance while operating under additional restrictions. While adapting quickly, getting around to formally documenting these new practices might have gotten overlooked. 

4 Essentials of an Effective Curbside & Delivery Service for your Cannabis Business - Existo Solutions
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4 Essentials of an Effective Curbside & Delivery Service for your Cannabis Business

There has never been a better time to launch curbside and delivery services for your retail cannabis business! During the COVID-19 pandemic, most cannabis businesses have been deemed essential, authorizing them to remain open to the public under the condition that they observe social distancing guidelines. Many states have even issued temporary licenses and authority to offer curbside and delivery services for legal cannabis. With these new mandates in place all over the country, curbside and delivery is the safest way for people to obtain their favorite cannabis products. In addition to providing a safe distance between employees and customers, it also makes your products more accessible to individuals who are less mobile, such as people who are elderly or disabled.

3 Tips for Operating Your Cannabis Business During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Existo Solutions
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3 Tips for Operating Your Cannabis Business During the COVID-19 Shutdown

Who would have thought that marijuana businesses would be considered essential during a global crisis? As many states are observing social distancing practices through stay-at-home orders, many non-essential businesses have temporarily closed. People are urged to remain home unless they need necessities such as groceries or prescription medications. Luckily, in many states, retail and medical marijuana dispensaries are included in this list of essential businesses. This is great for both business owners and customers, however, this does not mean “business as usual.” As we all try to adjust to a new way of doing things, the way customers shop for marijuana has changed. Here are some simple tips to help your retail cannabis business thrive during the COVID-19 shutdown.

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