PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 28, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — The Oregon Liquor Control Commission and Metrc™ have approved PayQwick of Calabasas, California; eCannex of Boca Raton, Florida; Promium of Seattle, Washington; duber Technologies of Portland, OR; and Stemless of Portland, OR as validated software providers whose products are compatible for integration with the Oregon Recreational Marijuana Program Cannabis Tracking System (CTS).
Validated providers have developed software products to allow OLCC recreational marijuana licensees to electronically transmit inventory and sales data into the CTS, a time-saving step that eliminates the need for additional updating by manual data entry.
Other approved companies include: OMMPOS of Astoria, Oregon; Flowhub of Denver, Colorado; Greenbits of Portland, OR; Odava of Portland, OR; Adilas of Salida, CO; WeedTraQR of Seattle, Washington; BioTrackTHC of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Leaf Logix Technology of Roswell, Georgia, MJ Freeway of Denver, CO; ENT of Portland, Oregon, Fry Information Services of Eugene, OR; OtpiLeaf of Wichita, KS; Cannafo of Bend, OR; Proteus Business Solutions of Vista, CA, Todd Runstein of Portland, OR; Confident Cannabis of Palo Alto, CA; Guardian Data Systems of Vancouver, WA.
All licensees in Oregon’s Recreational Marijuana system are required to use the CTS. Licensees are not required to use POS or inventory management software and can enter their CTS data manually. The OLCC is not endorsing these software solutions.
The validation process only confirms the software provider’s ability to perform the specific functions identified, it does not validate the accuracy or quality of the data being uploaded. Licensees are responsible for ensuring their inventory and sales data is accurate in Oregon’s CTS even if using a validated software product.
A link to the full list of 3rd party solution providers, and their contact information, can be found on the Metrc Oregon website.