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New Compliance Tool Designed to Simplify Auditing

Simplifya’s CTO shares how cultivators can use the software to increase compliance through self-audits and better prepare for state inspections.

From Bud to Full Bloom

If you’ve been to Colorado lately, you’ve probably noticed more than a few marijuana dispensaries popping up on street corners. But what you may not have noticed is the number of ancillary businesses supporting the industry behind the scenes. 

Cannasure and Simplifya Partner to Help Reduce Insurance Premiums

Cleveland-based Cannasure Insurance Services, a top cannabis insurance provider, announced today that it will offer discounts of up to 10% to its customers that use Simplifya’s regulatory compliance software.

Simplifya Launches Groundbreaking Cannabis Compliance Software In Colorado

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.

Simplifya Completes Series A Funding Round

Simplifya, a portfolio company of Hypur Ventures, announced today that it has completed its Series A financing.

Product Spotlight: Simplifya

Two of the nation’s leading cannabis law firms — Denver-based Vicente Sederberg LLC and California-based Greenbridge Corporate Counsel — are pairing up with tech entrepreneur Marion Mariathasan to develop compliance software called Simplifya. 

Powerhouse MJ Law Firms Team Up on Compliance Software

Two legal powerhouses in the marijuana industry are branching into the software business, hoping to generate profits in a new line of business.

Law firm sponsors professorship for pot law, policy at prestigious college

A Denver law firm that focuses on cannabis law has sponsored a prestigious Colorado law school with a three-year, $45,000 professorship for marijuana law and policy, The Cannabist has exclusively learned.

Making Their Mark: Philanthropy is his business

Marion Mariathasan is at the helm of three companies, and is invested in six different tech startups.