Compliance is the heartbeat of any cannabis business. Existo offers a number of services to assist with your business operations.
Our Virtual Compliance Officer (VCO) service puts Existo’s team of experts on your front-line. The VCO group will act as your in-house compliance resource. From facilities design and permitting to everyday operations. Duties include:
is a leading cannabis program designed to keep your business processes aligned with state () and local regulation.
How it works – We identify and document your necessary business processes.. These documents are then audited on a regular basis. Existo informs you and your business of modifications, you implement the process change.
All documents are stored in our proprietary change management software tool – constantly logging document modificiations and user access.
The cannabis industry faces increased regulatory pressure and operational complexity. The gap between external demands and internal capabilities is constantly widening. Regulations are getting tougher, budgets are tighter and the cost of compliance is increasing. Buisness leaders are expected to be proactively identifying new risks while supporting busines growth.
Existo’s CaaS Program is a tailor-made solution designed to ensure that your facility remains compliant with all key regulations and standards – on a state & local level. Remaining compliant with all regulations is vital for cannabis operations, in all aspects of your business. From Finance & Banking to Security & Technology – all aspects must be compliant.
The needs of your cannabis businesses are always changing. While you have been working hard on remaining operational, there will always be the need for a second eye on things. That’s where we can assist you with specific compliance related tasks.
Often times, we are asked to come spend a few days in cannabis facilities to button up a few issues related to regulation. The team will go on-site and spend a day or two working on specific tasks. These tasks are usually areas that have been overlooked or undersighted to start.