Seed to Sale Software
Designed to make Canna Businesses Better
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Our mission is to provide a simple, efficient and reliable technology platform that helps cannabis businesses succeed.
With our software, grow operators can track their plants, manage their inventory, and sell their harvest.
From the 100 plant crafter to the 20,000 + industry leader, Nugistics is a fully realized cultivation software capable of supporting a grower from in the dirt to out the door.
With our software, manufacturers can track inventory, run reports, and analyze business data.
By simplifying the data entry process and reducing errors in production, bakers, chemists, and infusion specialists can focus on their craft.
We’ve created the industry’s most powerful seed-to-sale software solution that provides a complete suite of integrated tools to manage your business needs while staying compliant with state regulations. Seed-to-sale tracking is an essential requirement in the cannabis industry. States require strict controls over the entire lifecycle of cannabis products from cultivation through sale to consumers. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in costly fines or even criminal charges for business owners.
The cannabis industry has been taking off, but it is still in its younger years. Canada introduced legal medical cannabis in 2001, and over the last two decades, the industry has continued to evolve.
While it started out with a few smaller operations, this industry is now growing into a highly regulated operation that includes many major players.
Process of Compliance
Typically, there are seven stages of the seed to sale lifecycle, but this may vary based on the tracking software being used within the industry. We have a breakdown of these stages below to give you a better idea about the process of compliance regarding a seed to sale system.
Each plant is typically assigned a barcode or other signature marker that is unique. With this identifier, information on the plant phases is recorded and then archived by the growers. This helps ensure accountability and regulation adherence during the maturation phase of the plant’s life.
Cannabis components are also batched by material type. This also requires an identifier and includes prepackaged good and derivatives including any oil concentrates. Most seed to sale platforms have this kind of barcode or other signature marker and this is what is scanned at every point in the process.
Cannabis is also tested for chemicals and contaminants as well as any other additives that can prove to be harmful. This testing is done before the cannabis makes it to the consumer. The potency is also typically tested and then is printed on product labels.
Detailed manifests concerning the transportation of cannabis products are required. This manifest should include specific details regarding the origin of the shipment, the quantity, the destination, and it should also include the driver’s credentials. These reports are then made available for all law enforcement for real-time tracking.
Each product is linked back to the origin of the plant as well as what sales are tracked to what patients or customers. This is also known as the chain of custody. Audit trails are another important feature because this is how a distributer can easily supply proof that they are in compliance.
Every patient also receives a unique ID number as well, and limitations are placed and validated in real-time with this information
All of the information captured during this tracking process is secure and available online where you can find detailed analytics that are available to both regulatory agencies as well as law enforcement.
This helps ensure compliance while also showing that the cultivator is adhering to all industry standards, state laws, and regulations.
Remember, it is important to stay up to date with the latest cannabis compliance laws in your state. Each state is different, so learn the laws for your particular state.
This is another crucial step in the seed to sale process. Not only does inventory management and inventory control help maintain profitability, it also greatly helps improve the security of the operation. Marijuana inventory that goes missing at any time is definitely a problem this system helps avoid. Now, let’s take a closer look at the seed to sale system on the cultivator’s end and how it works. Below, we have broken down each phase of the system to give you a better idea.