An Open Letter To the State of Washington Cannabis Industry

An Open Letter To the State of Washington Cannabis Industry By Patrick Vo, President and CEO, BioTrackTHC October 26, 2017 To download a copy of Patrick Vo’s Open Letter to the Washington Cannabis Industry, click here. Dear Washington Cannabis Industry, I write to you today with the sincere hope that I can cut through much […]

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Performing a Server Backup: BioTrackTHC

Performing a Server Backup: BioTrackTHC

Performing a Server Backup: BioTrackTHC March 2, 2018 Everything seems to be in the cloud these days, but what does that mean for your cannabis data, and is it a good thing? Cloud solutions rely on off-site servers to run their business technology and, in turn, store their customer’s data. A locally-hosted solution is an […]

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CannabisTech Podcast: BioTrackTHC – Simplified Solutions In A Complex Industry

CannabisTech Podcast: BioTrackTHC – Simplified Solutions In A Complex Industry

BioTrackTHC – Simplified Solutions In A Complex Industry BioTrackTHC has always been in the business of compliance and tracking. Although they started with a product designed to help reel in the opiate prescribing problem in Florida, known as Bio-Script, Colorado cannabis businesses expressed a need, and the company began to pivot their product to meet […]

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How BioTrackTHC is Building Security Into the Cannabis Industry

How BioTrackTHC is Building Security Into the Cannabis Industry By: Ivan Dwyer, ScaleFT This post was originally shared by ScaleFT. There are few industries garnering more attention than the cannabis industry – recently transforming from a taboo subject into a significant money maker for a number of progressive states. As the benefits become crystal clear […]

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Cloud Server vs. Local Server: What’s Right for Your Cannabis Software?

Cloud Server vs. Local Server: What’s Right for Your Cannabis Software? When it comes to hosting your cannabis software or cannabis POS data, some prefer the accessibility of the cloud server, while others prefer the physical control of a local server. January 15, 2018 When BioTrackTHC first joined the cannabis industry in 2010, it was […]

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Cole Memo No More? Some Initial Thoughts

Cole Memo No More? Some Initial Thoughts By: Patrick Vo, President and CEO, BioTrackTHC This was originally shared on Patrick’s LinkedIn. January 4, 2018 Earlier today, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions officially rescinded the federal cannabis guidance outlined in the Cole Memo. For those who don’t know, the Cole Memo basically states that as long as states employ […]

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Interview: Transitioning to a Regulated, Adult-Use Cannabis Program

Interview: Transitioning to a Regulated, Adult-Use Cannabis Program With Matthew Ledbetter BioTrackTHC Cannabis Implementation Senior We sat down with our Colorado office employee, Matthew Ledbetter, to ask him about what it’s like going from unregulated to regulated and what should California expect. Matthew Ledbetter is a BioTrackTHC Implementation Senior who has helped set up and […]

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Cannabis Shortages Continue: Could California Be Different?

Cannabis Shortages Continue: Could California Be Different? By: Anthony Stevens This article was originally shared by Cannabis Business Executive. Here we go again.. Another state, Maryland, begins medical cannabis sales and within just a week, shelves are empty. Mainstream media builds these situations up to look like “everybody is crazy for cannabis and the stores […]

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MJBizCon 2017 Preview Post: Meet the BioTrackTHC Team!

MJBizCon 2017 Preview Post: Meet the BioTrackTHC Team in Las Vegas! 11/7/17   The temperature is dropping, cannabis farmers are preparing for the final outdoor harvest of the year, and the canopies of green are steadily shifting to bright oranges and burnt reds. That means one thing; it’s almost time for MJBizCon, the largest cannabis […]

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Top 5 Security & Surveillance Infractions for Marijuana Businesses

Top 5 Security & Surveillance Infractions for Marijuana Businesses By: Steve Owens, Adherence Compliance Some of the most costly violations for marijuana businesses are related to inadequate security and surveillance systems in licensed marijuana operations. When violations or incidents occur with inventory, employees, or activities within the licensed premise, the first standard procedure is for […]

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