The software company BioTrackTHC, whose software provides seed-to-sale tracking for the cannabis industry throughout the United States and beyond, has won yet another contract: the firm will provide software for Hawaii’s medical marijuana program for $159,000.
BioTrack, which is based out of Florida, also provides software for marijuana programs in Washington State, New Mexico, Illinois and New York, and has stated that its software is used in some way by more than 1,500 businesses across the country, as well as abroad in Canada, Jamaica and South America.
BioTrack’s software lets users (in this case, the Hawaiian Department of Health) track plant inventories, lab test results, and production, transportation and distribution activities.
BioTrack CEO Patrick Vo said in a statement that “the development of a healthy and successful medical cannabis program is a top priority for Hawaii, and we are extremely proud to have been chosen to be a critical part of it.”
“The islands of Hawaii are truly unique and we very much look forward to applying our expertise in solving the cannabis traceability challenges unique to Hawaii.”
Hawaii begins its licensing process for medical marijuana firms this month; applications go online January 11th. Submissions will be accepted from the 12th to the 29th, and the state’s first medical dispensaries should open this summer.
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