DENVER, Sept. 24, 2020 -- Akerna (Nasdaq: KERN), a leading compliance technology provider and developer of the cannabis industry's first seed-to-sale enterprise resource planning (ERP) software technology (MJ Platform®), is releasing a new eBook titled: Technology in the Cannabis Industry.
The eBook details the growing need for operators to adopt sophisticated software technologies, like Akerna’s enterprise software MJ Platform, in order keep up with the increasingly complex and rapidly consolidating cannabis industry.
The ability of technology in allowing the flow of data through the full cannabis supply chain becomes of paramount importance in facilitating regulatory compliance in the industry.
More and more, we see cannabis business owners embracing technology solutions. These are the operations that are thriving in spite of the challenges, and that will continue to thrive well into the future.
“An opportunity for important change has arrived and is vibrantly alive in the cannabis industry. Forward-thinking operators are embracing innovative technology, resulting in unprecedented levels of resilience, transparency, and accessibility.” – Nina Simosko, CRO, Akerna Tweet
The unique and complex nature of the cannabis industry has an impact on the requirements of the software needed to run a successful operation. Any software developed for the cannabis industry must deliver on the following areas:
Don’t get swept up in the changing tides, rise above it. Download Technology in the Cannabis Industry and find out how MJ Platform can help keep you afloat and sailing towards success.
Akerna is a global regulatory compliance technology company in the cannabis space. Akerna's service offerings include MJ Platform®, Leaf Data Systems®, solo sciences tech platform, Trellis and Ample Organics. Since its establishment in 2010, the company has tracked more than $18 billion in cannabis sales. Akerna is based in Denver. For more information please visit akerna.com.
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