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Which Presidential Candidates are Cannabis-Friendly?

You may recall that last year, Simplifya released a blog post about the different presidential candidates and their stances on cannabis. Now that the Iowa and New Hampshire Democratic caucuses are behind us, things are really heating up. It’s time for an update about candidates who are still standing and if their stances on cannabis [...]

2020 Cannabis Industry Predictions

If you thought 2019 was a big year for the cannabis movement, wait until you see what’s in store in 2020. As we reflect on what did and what didn’t happen in 2019, and look ahead to our cannabis industry predictions for 2020, we anticipate that cannabis will likely be fully legalized in at least [...]

Cannabis Deliveries: Tops Changes Coming to Colorado & Massachusetts

Written by Luke Ewing and Michael Williamson Cannabis Delivery Tops Changes Coming to Colorado & Massachusetts Two additional states with adult-use cannabis markets  will be introducing programs allowing cannabis home deliveries to patients and consumers in 2020. Colorado, which first allowed adult-use consumption in 2013, and Massachusetts, which introduced a recreational program in 2019, will [...]

Simplifya’s Growth in 2019 Benefits Expanding Cannabis Industry

The cannabis industry as a whole continued to undergo seismic changes in 2019. For example, licensed cannabis operators grew closer to getting better access to the financial services industry as the SAFE Banking Act works its way through Congress. Several states debated allowing recreational cannabis sales, with a big one — Illinois — authorizing a […]

Simplifya tackles Missouri and New York cannabis regulations

Written by Tyler Elder and Taylor Hart-Bowlan Here at Simplifya, our team of lawyers and regulatory affairs analysts spends a lot of time digging through cannabis regulations, so our clients don’t have to. In 2019 alone we’ve simplified regulatory content for seven states and countless local jurisdictions. But, the year’s not over yet, and neither […]

Status Update for 2019 Cannabis Industry Predictions

Back in December 2018, on behalf of Simplifya, I made three predictions for what we would see happen in the cannabis industry in 2019. Those predictions included that the New York and Illinois state legislatures would legalize recreational cannabis and that the 116th Congress would enact incremental reform to address some of the unique challenges […]

Medicine Man Technologies: Andy Williams Controls the Universe

Medicine Man just went on a $300 million spending spree in a bid to protect Colorado’s cannabis industry. CEO, Andy Williams, sits down to tell us what’s next. Another day, another CannaGather event, another blog post! At Simplifya, we love our local CannaGather events (both sponsoring and attending), because they always draw such big names […]

The Vaping Crisis: Why You Should Care if Your Product is Tested

Doing compliance work in the cannabis industry, we often hear people complain about the rules, regulations, regulatory bodies, and individual regulators governing the industry. “The costs are outrageous,” “these regulations make no sense,” “that Marijuana Enforcement Division Inspector is too strict,” the list goes on. And sometimes, these complaints are valid. Compliance costs are high, […]

Simplifya’s MED Rulemaking Wishlist

As we’ve mentioned before, Colorado is about to usher in some big changes to its regulated cannabis industry. During the last legislative session, Colorado legislators passed bills that: Expanded the qualifying conditions for medical cannabis Legalized deliveries Legalized consumption lounges (also known as hospitality establishments) Took a stab at social equity by creating an accelerator […]

New features in Simplifya helps improve compliance management

Written by Watson Mulkey and Bill Gunnison This summer, Simplifya debuted two new features related to our audit content, as well as a brand new dashboard, that has been redesigned from the ground up to both simplify and enhance the overall user experience. Simplifya now provides users with direct access to the specific laws and […]

Cannabis Banking: The Prospects for Legal Protection

The trend of states legalizing cannabis – 33 states and counting – while it remains illegal under federal law poses a dilemma for U.S. financial institutions. While some banks and credit unions have chosen to serve cannabis businesses, most refuse to do so given the ongoing legal uncertainty. With limited banking access, many cannabis businesses […]

Simplifya Partners with CannGen Insurance Services to Reward Compliant Cannabis License Holders

Denver – Simplifya, the leading provider of regulatory compliance software for the cannabis industry, announced today a partnership with CannGen Insurance Services, the cannabis industry’s leading insurance underwriting facility, to provide licensed cannabis businesses with discounted insurance premiums for qualified operators. “Both Simplifya and CannGen recognize the value that compliance will increasingly provide in the […]

U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter Discusses Cannabis Banking Reforms in 2019

Federal cannabis banking reform will likely pass the House of Representatives with strong bipartisan support, U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-Colo.) recently explained to an industry group in Denver.  Several of my Simplifya colleagues and I heard Perlmutter discuss his vision for the future of cannabis banking at the Aug. 22 CannaGather event in Denver. Banking […]

Cannabis Content Kickoff: Arkansas, Illinois and North Dakota!

Just in time for the kickoff of the college and NFL football seasons, Simplifya has kicked off brand new cannabis regulatory and compliance content for the Arkansas, North Dakota and Illinois markets. Just as a helmet and pads protect players from injury risks, Simplifya’s compliance software offerings help operators protect their licenses and business from operational […]

Redesigning Our Compliance Dashboard Just for You

For a lot of tech companies, the amount of time users spend in an application becomes the gold standard metric. With today’s release of our new compliance dashboard, we’re hoping to make it so that our users can spend less time in Simplifya.  There’s a famous quote that gets tossed around a lot in Product […]

The Evolution of Simplifya’s Colorado SOP Bundle

Last year, Simplifya’s Colorado SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) bundle consisted of 35 templates that covered important subjects related to cannabis operations. We called this the “generic bundle” because, with the exception of California, the same 35 templates were used for other states. It was a way to quickly create coverage for 14 states. 2019: The […]

Brace Yourself: Incremental Cannabis Reforms Ahead

Cannabis Industry Veteran Sees Some Limited Federal Changes Coming Anyone involved in cannabis knows the legal and regulatory environment underpinning the industry is subject to new laws and regulations at the federal, state, and local levels. To date, states have led the way on cannabis reforms, from California’s voters approving a measure to allow medicinal […]

Simplifya’s 2019 Mid-Year Cannabis Roundup

It might be hard to believe, but we’re already halfway through the year. So far, 2019 has been a big year for cannabis in the US. Keeping up with the constant change throughout the industry can be exhausting. That’s why I’ve compiled the most important and impactful developments from the first six months of the […]

Simplifya Takes on Detroit at CannaCon Midwest

The atmosphere at CannaCon Midwest was electric this past weekend. The Cobo Center was bustling with Michiganders poised to get in on the state’s sexiest new industry: cannabis. Michigan has had medical cannabis since 2008, but in just a few months the state will begin issuing licenses for recreational cannabis, which is expected to generate […]

Colorado Cannabis Caucus Gives a Peek at the Industry’s Wishlist

On June 11, the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) held their Colorado Cannabis Caucus in Boulder. As a dues-paying member of NCIA, Simplifya was there to represent the regulatory compliance game! There was excellent food (and excellent drinks), but the highlight of the night was hearing from our local government representative, Jonathan Singer, and our […]

Regulatory Expert John Vardaman Joins Simplifya Leadership

Simplifya, the leading provider of regulatory compliance software for the cannabis industry, announced today that banking regulation expert and former senior Department of Justice official John Vardaman will join the company as Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel on June 17. Mr. Vardaman spent 15 years in senior positions in the U.S. Departments of Treasury […]

Simplifya Meets MED Directors Burack and Mendiola

At Simplifya, we like to get as much face-to-face time as possible with other members of the cannabis industry. On any given night, you can find our team attending rule-making hearings, trade shows, and networking events like Tuesday night’s CannaGather event featuring Marijuana Enforcement Division Director Jim Burack and Deputy Director Dominique Mendiola. We mobilized […]

Top Four Cannabis Compliance Tips For 420

The high holiday of 420 is right around the corner, and with it comes a host of cannabis compliance issues your business needs to address to protect your license. Even if you’re usually on top of cannabis regulatory requirements, it’s easy to get distracted with all that’s going on this week. However, compliance can’t take […]

2019 Cannabis Industry Developments: Tracking Cannabis Bills Part 2

Welcome to my second cannabis industry developments of 2019! In the second legislative roundup of 2019 we’ll look at the most significant cannabis bills that have been introduced in the following states: Colorado, California, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. Scroll down to see a summary, the current status (as of 4/11/2019), and […]

Immaculate Conception: The Mystery of Start-up Genetics

Last November, two more states joined the cannabis movement and at least partially did away with their antiquated cannabis laws. Both Missouri and Utah legalized medical cannabis during the midterm elections, although to varying degrees of legality. As I made the pilgrimage home to St. Louis last week for the MoCannBizCon+Expo, I was impressed to […]

Tribes and Cannabis: Federalism is Messy

Today’s “legal” cannabis industry grew out of the cracks in our federalist system (a system where other states or governments operate in addition to the federal government). In the US, we have state government powers and federal government powers. Sometimes they overlap; sometimes they conflict. Cannabis is only legal because the federal government has chosen […]

The FDA’s stance on hemp CBD

The cannabis industry heralded the approval of recent legislation that legalized the growing of hemp and the marketing of products derived from it. Actually, to say industry proponents heralded hemp’s return to legality is likely an understatement. Based on the deluge of press releases that came pouring into my inbox after the bill became a […]

Cannabis Legalization & The Presidential Campaign: How They Overlap

The 2020 presidential campaign will be a competitive one, with President Donald Trump running for re-election and 535 other candidates (as of February 19, 2019) running against him. Major issues that candidates will be running on include the economy, immigration policy, healthcare, climate change … the usual. But as I read through endless articles about […]

Regulators send message that compliance matters

Knock Knock! Who’s There? Your Licensing Authority. State agencies across the country are revving up cannabis law enforcement efforts, and the number of businesses now bearing the hefty cost of non-compliance is growing as a result. In Different States In just the last month, administrative agencies in Massachusetts, California, and Colorado have all cracked down […]

2019 Cannabis Industry Developments: Tracking Cannabis Bills Part 1

Welcome to Bill’s first legislative roundup of 2019! The 2019 legislative session is only a few weeks old, but plenty of cannabis bills are already on our radar. In the first legislative roundup of 2019, we’ll look at the most significant cannabis bills that have been introduced (so far) in Colorado, California, Oregon, Maryland, Pennsylvania, […]

BCC Regulations: What Retailers Should Know!

You’ve read our blog about the new rules for California’s cannabis cultivators. Then you were rapt by our summary of California’s new cannabis manufacturing regulations. But we’re not done telling you about the new cannabis regulations in California yet! Those on the front line of the cannabis industry, retailers and distributors, have a bevy of dense regulatory […]

New CA Regs: What Cannabis Manufacturers Need to Know

After a year of confusion and change, The Golden State has finally adopted permanent regulations for the industry. This is a bittersweet victory for many California operators as they now have a stable set of rules to follow; but many are still left wanting more. And in that same vein, making changes to the new […]

CDFA Regulations: What’s Changing (but mostly what’s not)

Happy 2019, everyone! As the cliche goes: New Year, New Me…Rules. After being notified in early December, it looks like California just approved a new set of cannabis regulations! Effective immediately! So what does this mean for all you Emerald Trianglers and other California growers under the newest CDFA regulations? Not that much, honestly. CDFA regulations: What’s […]

Updated SOP templates address California BCC forms

California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) recently announced the release of the proposed cannabis regulations that are right now under review by the California Office of Administrative Law (OAL). The Bureau’s rulemaking action regarding these regulations, initially noticed on July 13, 2018, was submitted to OAL for review on December 3, 2018. The proposed regulations […]

Updated SOP templates now available for Colorado

What better way to start your new year than by using SOP templates that comply with Colorado’s new marijuana rules? While most of us were sipping champagne and celebrating the New Year, Colorado’s updated marijuana rules went into effect. In a recent blog post, we pointed out the most significant changes to rules. Most notably, […]

Your cannabis business should have New Year’s resolutions too

If you’re anything like me, coming up with New Year’s resolutions for yourself (and sticking to them, for that matter) is just so … blegh.  For cannabis business owners, though, some healthy 2019 resolution-reflection time can go a long way in setting up a great year. …But what should those goals be? I’m so happy […]

3 cannabis industry predictions for 2019

It’s hard to make cannabis industry predictions, but some of the largest markets in the world will open for business in 2019. Billion dollar industries are on the horizon in places like New York City and Chicago. And, most importantly, the federal government is poised to enact cannabis reform. Here are three cannabis industry predictions […]

Federal legalization! What if we copied Canada?

As many know, our neighbors to the north recently legalized cannabis nationwide. However, many don’t know exactly how their system works, or how it would look if applied to the United States. We’ve already looked at what federal legalization in the US might look like, so here we’ll take a deep dive into the Canadian […]

Cannabis industry: Same frustration, different states

We all know the cannabis industry is a rapidly changing, and more often than not, a frustrating industry to be involved in. Laws vary by state, and even within one state can vary greatly at the local level as well. Legalization comes in many forms, and these differences can drastically affect businesses and consumers alike. […]

Cannabis and crickets: Trump AG nominee Barr’s silence on marijuana

So who’s the new AG nominee? As someone involved in the cannabis industry, my response this morning to hearing that President Trump had announced William P. Barr as his Attorney General (AG) nominee was pretty standard. In fact, it was the same thing I’d done a few years before, with great results, when Trump had […]

2019 marijuana rules: nasal spray, weed lube, and butt pot, oh my!

On November 9, Colorado’s Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) announced that the 2019 marijuana rules have been adopted. For a Regulatory Analyst at Simplifya, that kind of news means it’s time to hunker down with 500 pages of redlined rules and figure out what our clients will have to change on January 1. FUN! More than […]

Mitigating Metrc Risk

There are many unique aspects to cannabis regulation, none more fraught with risk than inventory management. We’re not aware of any industry that is required to track its inventory on a government mandated database through every single phase of the supply chain. Imagine a hops farmer, brewer, and liquor store all being required to report […]

Five things regulatory geeks should be thankful for this year

It’s been another wild year in the cannabis industry for regulatory geeks. More states decided to create legal marijuana markets for their residents and there’s a growing appetite for the Federal government to change its views on cannabis. Federal clarification would be a welcome development, given the Justice Department’s about-face on the Cole Memo and […]

What could the US legalizing marijuana look like?

Everyone and their government is legalizing marijuana Remember that time when fall of 2018 got weird? If you don’t, it was this last month. For starters, it began with a bunch of Canadians legally smoking out, well, all of Canada. Then Mexico pulled a one-two: its Supreme Court decriminalized cannabis, which was followed by a […]

Marijuana midterm results 2018

The 2018 midterm results are in and there were some big wins regarding marijuana initiatives. So what were the highlights? We can all agree that Michigan becoming the 10th state to legalize recreational marijuana is big news. In addition, Missouri and Utah became the 31st and 32nd states to legalize medical marijuana. Congrats!  Let’s take a […]

Regulators keep on regulating

The BCC crackdown Listen, I get it. Telling someone you work with regulatory compliance isn’t going to make you the life of the party. But I promise you compliance can be exciting, especially when the regulators surprise you. Take this example: Last week, California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) swooped in and seized over $2,000,000 of cannabis and cannabis […]

Licensing in Massachusetts? You must pass inspection first!

Licensing in Massachusetts Licensing in Massachusetts is heating up, as the Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) has granted final licenses. Dispensaries, cultivators, manufacturers, and testing labs have received licenses in the past month. A common requirement in the US is that cannabis must be tested before stocking it on shelves. Retailers in Massachusetts were waiting on testing labs just last week […]

Cannabis ballot measures to watch on November 6th

As the midterm elections loom, several states across the US have cannabis ballot measures to vote for. Here at Simplifya, we’ll be watching the results closely, ready to cover all things compliance. We cover any state that gives the green light to cannabis. In light of the upcoming election, we thought we’d give a quick […]

My favorite weird marijuana regulations

So you want to know about weird marijuana regulations As we all know (hopefully), marijuana is illegal under federal law. In spite of that law, 30 states now allow the sale of marijuana in some capacity. Except for a few short memos from the U.S. Attorney General’s office, states have little guidance on how to […]

8 new Simplifya features you might have missed

We pride ourselves on moving fast here at Simplifya, and sometimes we move so fast it becomes easy to miss a new bit of functionality here, a new and improved interface there. That’s why we’re circling back to make sure you saw some of the biggest new Simplifya features and improvements from the last few […]

Tips to help protect you from a federal cannabis crackdown

The U.S. Attorney for Colorado, Bob Troyer, telegraphed his intention to scrutinize state-licensed cannabis operations in recent interviews with the Associated Press (AP) and Denver Post. The October 4 AP interview clearly warns Colorado licensees that they are in Troyer’s crosshairs: “If somebody is licensed by this state, should they feel at increased risk of […]

Colorado’s top cannabis regulator reveals his insight into the industry

Link to full interview here — In order to be successful, cannabis companies must traverse a patchwork of state and local regulations while also remaining competitive in a steadily growing marketplace. They frequently have to make complex business decisions, often aimed at achieving compliance while minimizing disruption to their optimal operating procedures. One of the many […]

Your company needs SOPs ASAP

What is the Deal with SOPs? Developing written Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) is critical for cannabis businesses. Operating procedures, in some jurisdictions, are even required as part of the application for a business license. Mandatory or not, they are a useful tool that companies can use to define various tasks. SOPs can cover areas such […]

California should follow Colorado’s lead on packaging and labeling

Earlier this month, the two largest cannabis markets in the country, Colorado and California, underwent some pretty significant regulatory changes. Colorado adopted an entirely new set of packaging and labeling requirements (again!) late last year and expected compliance on July 1, 2018. California required its cannabis products to be tested, packaged, and labeled immediately following its […]

7 new Simplifya features you might have missed

We pride ourselves on moving fast here at Simplifya, and sometimes we move so fast it becomes easy to miss a new bit of functionality here, a new and improved interface there. That’s why we’re circling back to make sure you saw some of the biggest new Simplifya features and improvements from the first half […]

Five things to know as California’s transition period comes to an end

California’s adult use cannabis market has been up and running for about six months now. It has been nothing short of a complicated transition for businesses and regulators alike. All eyes are still on the state as it builds the foundation for what is expected to be the biggest cannabis market in the nation. At […]

Say What?! How cannabis business employees communicate with the community

Budtenders at licensed cannabis dispensaries are in a role similar to other retail jobs. You are expected to have knowledge of the products, awareness of what’s new and what’s on special, and the ability to communicate that info to inquiring customers. But there are some aspects of the job that are unlike many others. In […]

Automated SOPs make compliance a breeze

Good news, everyone! Simplifya now offers templates for state-required Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in California! Not only that, we offer a variety of additional SOPs that cover best practices for many different license types. Simplifya SOPs You may be wondering, “Why do I need SOPs from Simplifya if I already have my own?” Simply put, […]

Regulators reveal most common compliance issues, part 2

If you’re keeping up with our blog, then you already read Regulators reveal most common compliance issues, part 1. Here’s part 2! Coincidentally, here’s another article about how the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) is ramping up enforcement efforts to squash unlicensed cannabis businesses. But the Bureau isn’t only looking for unlicensed businesses. They are dropping […]

California regulators coming! Be prepared!

As California regulators continue to implement its complex system, we are seeing the first real regulatory audits of cannabis businesses. With that in mind, the hard-working folks over at Simplifya are launching a new initiative to help California cannabis businesses (and their brethren across the country) prepare for – and handle – regulatory audits. Starting […]

Confused By California’s Cannabis Regulations? Fear Not!

If California’s cannabis regulatory landscape has left you confused or frustrated, you are not alone. Thanks to its complex and, at times, contradictory rules, even Simplifya’s compliance experts have found themselves scratching their heads. Fortunately, they’re doing it so that you won’t have to! We built the Simplifya app to help cannabis businesses of all […]

Regulators reveal most common compliance issues, part 1

Compliance issues are common in California’s newly regulated cannabis industry, which is no surprise given the complexity of the state’s regulatory landscape. Enforcement has been ramping up after the state’s emergency regulations went into effect on January 1, with regulators assailing unlicensed cannabis businesses and conducting inspections of those that have received licenses to make […]

MAUCRSA drives complex regulatory landscape in California

Are you wondering why the regulatory landscape for cannabis in California is so complex? Look no further than the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA)! MAUCRSA California first regulated cannabis businesses in 2015 when it enacted the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MCRSA). Previously, most collectives and nonprofits were operating without […]

Avoid those packaging and labeling blues

Packaging and labeling rules got you down? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Our clients often tell us they’re having trouble making sense of these intricate regulations for the wide variety of cannabis products. Federal law further complicates matters, as entities growing, manufacturing, and dispensing cannabis and related products can’t simply search for the correct label […]

Enforcement on the rise in California

Roughly two months after the adult-use cannabis market opened in California, regulators have started to ramp up enforcement and perform compliance checks across the state. Officials want to weed out California’s unlicensed cannabis companies. They certainly have their work cut out for them. The California Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) sent out more than 900 […]

Improving the readability of our audit content

We recently executed “Operation Easy Read” with the goal of improving the readability of our audit content. “Not written in layperson terms” and “too much legal jargon” were consistent pieces of feedback. We took it upon ourselves to review every question and action item. We forced ourselves to find shorter ways of saying things, remove […]

How to prepare for an inspection

The Cannabis Business Times recently published an interesting article with tips on how to prepare for a regulatory inspection. The tips come from Rino Ferrarese, Chief Operating Officer of Connecticut Pharmaceutical Solutions, and serve as a reminder that at some point your products or your business will be inspected – and the consequences of not passing can be dire. […]

The importance of compliance in the post-Cole Memo era

The entire cannabis industry received a bit of a shock on January 4, when U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole Memo and four other similar memos that had guided Department of Justice enforcement priorities related to cannabis since 2009. These memos had set forth a policy under which the Department would not prioritize […]

Simplifya: What we built in 2017 (and what’s in store for 2018)

With 2017 in the books, we’re taking a look at the growth of Simplifya over the past year. We made some huge leaps in how we helped businesses stay on the right side of the law, and learned even more about how we’re going to approach this exhilarating and ever-growing market. California and beyond. More […]

A simple way to estimate cost of compliance

We hear a variety of objections that boil down to some form of “I’ll take my chances.” The statement implies that the cost of compliance with marijuana regulations is greater than the cost of non-compliance, but is that really true? The answer, of course, is that it depends. Cost of Compliance The cost of compliance […]

Introducing the Old and Negative Package Reports

Not long after joining the ranks of Metrc validated integrators earlier this year, we began ideating ways we could make our clients smarter (and more compliant) with their seed-to-sale data. After a couple months of planning, building, and revising, we’re ecstatic to unleash the first two reports in a new module we call “Analytics”. Old […]

Protecting water rights for hemp farmers

Last week, I got an email blast from Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) and one of the updates was about protecting water rights for hemp farmers. I’ve always been curious about where the hemp and marijuana industries differ and overlap, so I took the click bait. Here’s an excerpt: A pilot program created by the 2014 […]

Hickenlooper’s advice to marijuana businesses

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper was recently interviewed on Meet The Press with Chuck Todd. Though nearly lost amidst all of the buzz surrounding Trump’s one-page tax plan, there are some interesting takeaways that Colorado marijuana businesses especially should note. The full nearly-10 minute interview covers several topics, but the early focus is Hickenlooper’s summary of a meeting […]

Progress amidst uncertainty

In the cannabis world, a constant theme is uncertainty. I suppose the theme persists in any relatively new industry, but the uncertainty becomes a little bit more palpable each day that passes without any sort of clear stance on legalization from the Trump administration. Below are three tidbits of information that assuage the discomfort of […]

Denver’s Initiative 300 faces immediate setback

The success of Denver’s Initiative 300 is facing a serious setback courtesy of a new regulation from the Colorado Department of Revenue that expressly prohibits consumption of marijuana at any place that has a liquor license. Translation: you won’t be able to legally smoke up at a bar in Denver, even though Initiative 300’s passage […]

The compliance officer’s dilemma

Culture of Compliance The true measure of success for a compliance officer lies in creating a culture of compliance that permeates the organization. He needs to make every employee a compliance officer of sorts, and the greater his degree of success in doing so, the less the need for any one individual with “compliance” in […]

Simplifya launches groundbreaking cannabis compliance software in Colorado

Denver-based company helps local marijuana businesses stay compliant with complex industry regulations November 15, 2016 DENVER, CO – Today, Simplifya launched its highly anticipated software, making it easier for businesses, law firms, consultants, financial institutions and regulatory agencies to monitor cannabis licensee operations for compliance with state and local regulations. Some of Colorado’s most recognized […]

Simplifya completes Series A funding

Hypur Ventures leads investment in cannabis tech company September 22, 2016 SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Simplifya, a portfolio company of Hypur Ventures, announced today that it has completed its Series A capital financing stage. Simplifya is a software company operating in the legalized marijuana industry that assists businesses, law firms, consultants, financial institutions and regulatory agencies […]