5 Steps to Staying Compliant in With California’s Cannabis Track and Trace System, METRC (CCTT-METRC)

5 Steps to Staying Compliant in With California’s Cannabis Track and Trace System, METRC (CCTT-METRC) November 30, 2018 In January 2018, the California Department of Food and Agriculture cannabis regulatory department, CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing Division, launched the statewide California Cannabis Track and Trace (CCTT) system, more commonly known as METRC. CCTT-METRC uses unique identifiers (UID […]

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5 THINGS YOU CAN DO WHILE WAITING FOR LICENSE APPROVAL

5 THINGS YOU CAN DO WHILE WAITING FOR LICENSE APPROVAL By Steve Flaks, VP of Sales, BioTrackTHC Connect with Steve on LinkedIn! This post was originally shared by our friends at the NCIA. Your state passed a cannabis legalization bill and licensing applications are underway! Hooray! Now, you’re gearing up to start your canna-business. With your […]

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Medical Marijuana Track and Trace Still a Hazy Concept

Medical Marijuana Track and Trace Still a Hazy Concept BioTrackTHC COO, Dr. Moe Afaneh, discusses marijuana track and trace and its relevance to pharmaceutical tracking. This article was originally published on RDmag.com August 14, 2018 As medical marijuana becomes a more popular option for patients seeking treatment for a variety of illnesses, and as some […]

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What Is Integration in Seed-to-Sale?

What is Integration in Seed-to-Sale? January 2, 2018 Many cannabis software and cannabis POS providers will claim to be “fully integrated” with your state’s traceability system, but what does “integrated” truly mean in seed-to-sale?  For BioTrackTHC users, it means as you input data into BioTrackTHC, only the required compliance data is automatically submitted, in real-time, […]

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Why Did a Customer Leave My Dispensary Empty-Handed?

Why Did a Customer Leave My Dispensary Empty-Handed? August 17, 2017 Taylor Jones, Senior Sales Executive, BioTrackTHC Attracting customers to your dispensary can be difficult in the cannabis industry, especially with heavy regulations on advertisements and marketing. In areas densely populated with the competition, what can you do to set yourself apart and stand out […]

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