Earlier this year, the state of Washington implemented a new system to track cannabis from seed-to-sale. But a new report says that tracking system is highly flawed and the state needs to fix it.
Gartner Consulting said in a new report that Washington’s cannabis tracking system was riddled with flaws when it launched in November. They said the state gave MJ Freeway, the company that created the system, too little time to effectively implement it and that they didn’t anticipate how much Freeway would need to customize their tech for the Washington cannabis market. The tracking system is known to crash frequently and many say their are huge security concerns with it.
The report laid the blame mostly at the feet of the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board, who they say instituted a deadline that was nearly impossible for MJ Freeway to complete without rampant problems.
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