By Morgan Fletcher
Compliance in the cannabis industry is constantly evolving.
Not to mention, the legal status of cannabis is (still) in flux around the country. As a result, things are only expected to become more complex before anything like a “gold standard” is landed upon.
So, to protect employees and consumers — not to mention the business itself — cannabis companies must create a comprehensive strategy, one grounded in data-driven decision-making. The risk associated with error, and with not being prepared for future compliance changes, calls for a solution — and an approach — that can adapt and scale to any company’s requirements.
By implementing an enterprise solution and corresponding best practices, cannabis companies can mitigate the risks that come with operating in such a heavily regulated industry — now, and in the future — and gain a competitive advantage over those who take a piecemeal approach with their solutions along the way.
How will they do it? Click over to “Cannabis & Tech Today” to read my blog on the subject and see how we can work to build a “gold standard” for compliance.