Working across Canada and the United States, we’ve seen our fair share of tracking frameworks. For the most part, tracking is a compliance requirement, so that regulators can control the production and distribution of cannabis products. Software providers should focus on suppliers of cannabis products by developing tools that streamline operations and provide business intelligence – the compliance part is a given.

Cannabis Tracking Frameworks

Most regulatory tracking frameworks will follow one of three models, all of which can work, however, choosing the most efficient and effective method of regulating the cannabis industry depends on the scale of the individual market. This is a discussion of these models for consideration by regulators as emerging regulations are formed across the globe.

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