AirMed Ecosystem: Quality & Compliance Management from Isolocity

Isolocity and AirMed have teamed up to offer clients seed-to-sale quality and compliance management.

AirMed and Isolocity are working together to offer cannabis producers quality and compliance management. In the highly regulated cannabis industry, quality management and meeting compliance are critical. Isolocity helps organizations adapt, automate and grow to meet the needs of industry regulations. Isolocity offers a full compliance system that’s affordable for small to medium sized businesses and includes automated risk management, employee competency test builder, batch records, document control and more.

The compliance management software is built with good manufacturing practice (GMP) principles in mind to help meet Health Canada regulations for cannabis growers and processors.

Isolocity makes ISO 9001:2015 compliance simple by automating labour-intensive processes. The QMS software helps you improve consistency in production and guides you through your ISO 9001 certification.

The risk management module includes planning with HACCP and PFMEA. Easily plan, initiate, and prioritize actions to minimize hazards and failure in your production.
Isolocity is paperless, cloud-based software that helps eliminate the labor involved in quality and compliance management. Seamless coordination between system and users gets quality scores where you want them to be.

Isolocity provides a faster, more efficient way to decrease cost, drive more value from the quality system, and achieve compliance.

For more information about the AirMed Ecosystem and all our partners visit our partner page: AirMed Ecosystem


What happens with my seed-to-sale software if regulations change?

The market for cannabis is evolving. Health Canada manages oversight and sets the compliance requirements for legal production of cannabis in Canada. In the last five years, these requirements have changed multiple times and are set to change again with the legalization of cannabis for recreational use on October 17, 2018. A responsible software vendor will ensure that all its clients have the information they need to comply with the latest Health Canada requirements.

With SaaS or cloud-based seed-to-sale platforms, software updates are usually global to all clients/users. On-site implementations sometimes require individual upgrades performed by the client in conjunction with the vendor. Often this means scheduling both parties, which can delay access to the latest features and functionality. If there are modifications for specific clients, this can mean a complicated upgrade path with the risk of unintended software bugs and related down time or additional costs to re-customize.

As you choose your seed-to-sale software solution, be sure to consider the future of compliance and those implications on your business. No one knows for sure what the future holds, but history has shown that the only true constant is change.

For more information, download our software buyer’s guide here: How to Purchase Seed-to-Sale Software


AirMed Ecosystem: Pathogen Detection from PathSensors

AirMed and PathSensors are working together to offer an innovative and cost-effective solution for pathogen detection and treatment with unparalleled control and precision to drive higher revenue. CANARY (Cellular Analysis and Notification of Antigen Risks and Yields) is a cell-based biosensor technology that delivers extremely rapid detection of pathogens at previously unseen levels of sensitivity and specificity. Originally developed by scientists at MIT Lincoln Laboratories to combat bioterrorism threats, the CANARY technology has been adapted by PathSensors for applications in agriculture and food safety.

PathSensors’ BioFlash® Biological Identifier is highly-portable and incorporates a high-volume, high-performance aerosol sampler for indoor/outdoor applications. Incorporating the CANARY® technology, the BioFlash® Biological Identifier provides rapid, sensitive and specific identification of biological threat agents and other pathogens including toxins.

The Zephyr Pathogen Identifier uses CANARY® detection technology to screen for pathogens in liquid and powder samples. The Zephyr platform is ideal for users who need rapid, accurate results, and who test lower volumes of samples (<40 tests/day).

For more information about the AirMed Ecosystem and all our partners visit our partner page: AirMed Ecosystem


O'Cannabiz Conference: Apr 25-27 in Toronto

 

O’Cannabiz is a gathering of the Canadian and International industry conducting high-level networking under one roof. It is a full-spectrum cannabis B2B event that connects thousands of expert companies and brands integrated in the full 360 degrees of the industry. These include: lighting, nutrients, greenhouse construction and supplies, peer-reviewed agri-practices, lifestyle, medical and legal issues, marketing, the hiring of professionally trained growing staff, best financial and investment advice, quality control and market analyses. It is, in short, a buffet of best-business practices. And it’s your best opportunity to source… shop… network… and grow.

For more information visit: O'Cannabiz


AirMed Ecosystem: Environmental Scanning from SensorInsight

Cannabis crops require a precise balance of light, temperature, CO2, water, and soil conditions to thrive and produce maximum yields in both quantity and quality. Growers need a fiscally sustainable way to manage and scale their operations while tracking and adjusting overall growing conditions.

SensorInsight and AirMed have collaborated to provide a precision, indoor growing solution, offering hardware configuration, data integration, and analytics.

Our goal is to create the optimal connected grow operation and improve crop decision-making using real-time environmental data. All sensors and kits come preconfigured to send data automatically to the SensorInsight platform and into the AirMed cloud. Monthly data fees include access to the platform for review with support for setting up users, dashboards, and alerts on your growing needs. Installation support and solution deployment services are available.

For more information about the AirMed Ecosystem and all our partners visit our partner page: AirMed Ecosystem


National Cannabis Conference: April 19-20, 2019 in Victoria

Join experts and enthusiasts from many areas of the cannabis industry at the Crystal Gardens in downtown Victoria, British Columbia on April 19 and 20, 2019 for all things cannabis! With updates on the new federal, provincial, and municipal rules, financial experts will discuss the impact of legal cannabis to the economy and potential investment opportunities, how grey market producers can migrate to the new micro cultivator/producer categories, and explore the overlooked opportunities and support businesses of the new cannabis economy.

For more information visit: National Cannabis Conference


AirMed Ecosystem: Industrial tablets for your seed-to-sale business

AirMed recommends industrial tablets for use in your cannabis business. These ruggedized hand-held devices are waterproof and dust proof and can withstand a drop from five feet on a concrete floor. They have a built-in barcode scanner and camera and come loaded with Windows 10. The tablets feature a docking station with USB ports for printers, scales, keyboard, mouse and other peripherals.

When configured with AirMed Cloud software and attached to a printer and scale, tablets function as a self-contained workstation to carry out all process-related tasks. They can be integrated with barcode software to capture data throughout your operations. A tablet can serve as the computer for a specific work area such as a nursery or mother room, grow or drying room, laboratory, warehouse or loading dock.

These ruggedized industrial tablets are sold directly through AirMed Canada Systems Inc. and work with Windows applications. If you purchase a tablet through AirMed, it can be pre-configured with AirMed Cloud software as well as Winwedge software for barcode scanning.

These tablets are part of our new AirMed Ecosystem, which integrates AirMed with couriers, printers, scanners, ecommerce software and more. Our new AirMed Ecosystem lets you purchase hardware and software from us in a turn-key solution for your cannabis business. For more information visit our Partners page.

Each product selected for the AirMed Ecosystem is carefully chosen based on its ability to provide value, lower production costs and increase competitiveness for AirMed customers. You create the package that’s right for you from pre-configured hardware and software.

AirMed offers the tools you need in the office, the greenhouse and on the loading dock. Our Ecosystem lets you purchase hardware and software in a turn-key
seed-to-sale management solution.

To learn more about our Ecosystem program, visit: AirMed Ecosystem

To learn more about Winwedge software visit: TalTech


Introducing the AirMed Ecosystem

To help our clients cultivate success, AirMed is developing strategic partnerships with leading vendors of products and services in the Canadian cannabis industry. We’ve partnered with the best in the industry including compliance consultants, hardware manufacturers, telecommunications and delivery services.

The AirMed Ecosystem provides a turn-key solution with integrated hardware and software to help producers become more productive and profitable. From pathogen detection and environmental analytics through barcoding and label printing to ecommerce and delivery, the AirMed Ecosystem provides the best the industry has to offer for your cannabis business.

If you are a licensed producer or cultivator, visit our partnering page to find out more about what we offer and the awesome companies we’ve partnered with: AirMed Ecosystem

If you provide a complementary product or service in the cannabis industry and would like to collaborate with AirMed, click here for a form to request a conversation with a partnering representative: Partner Form

And if you’d like a product demo of AirMed software, call (877) 313-2442 or email info @ airmed.ca.


AirMed supports wholesaling to provincial distributors

AirMed Cloud seed-to-sale software supports wholesale selling and shipping from licensed producers to other LPs and from LPs to provincial distribution centres.

The software offers full functionality for multi-level packaging with layered barcoding that meets GS-1 barcode standards. LPs using AirMed can assemble retail-ready individual product packages using a ‘master case’ system and identify and track products at each packaging level.

"Our master case processing lets you use layered barcoding for individual containers through to cases of multiple containers," noted Justin Hearn, President and CEO of AirMed Canada Systems Inc. "AirMed’s track-and-trace system allows retail packages to be traced to the lot or batch and ultimately back to the original genetic material. And AirMed’s comprehensive multi-step recall process completely automates recalls if they are ever needed."

AirMed software offers full SKU and barcode management that supports GS-1 barcoding standards. Pricing can be set at the package or master case SKU, and custom pricing can be set for specific SKUs by customer. The software offers features for creating and processing the orders as well as fulfilling and shipping them to provincial agencies.

"We're proud to be supporting our customers with full master case inventory control, GS1 integration, comprehensive wholesale order management, efficient fulfillment and tracking, and compliance reporting," said Hearn. "AirMed’s wholesale distribution module is helping LPs produce, prepare, sell and ship hundreds of thousands of products to the recreational market right across Canada."

For more information or to schedule a software demo, email info @ airmed.ca or call 1-877- 313-2442.


Why you need seed-to-sale software for your cannabis business

Licensing

To do business in the cannabis industry in Canada, you must meet Canada’s licensing requirements. Currently there are several types of licenses for those wishing to carry out cannabis-related business in Canada.

  1. Standard Cultivation
  2. Micro-cultivation
  3. Nursery
  4. Standard Processing
  5. Micro-processing
  6. Sale
  7. Analytical Testing
  8. Research

Regardless of which class of license you get, you will be responsible for complying with all the regulations that apply from the various levels of government.

 

The Laws

The Cannabis Act

Formerly called the ACMPR, this act covers all aspects of cannabis in Canada from growing through processing to selling and more. It is the responsibility of the licensee/applicant to understand and meet all the requirements that apply to their business.

Other Federal Acts and Regulations

As a licensee or applicant, you are responsible for complying with requirements of other Canadian acts and regulations such as the Food and Drugs Act (FDA), the Pest Control Products Act, the Fertilizer Act, among others.

The Canada Revenue Agency

You’ll also need to meet requirements of the Canada Revenue Agency depending on which activities will be conducted with cannabis.

Provincial or Territorial Legislation

As a licensee or applicant, you’ll be responsible for complying with all applicable provincial or territorial laws and regulations (environmental laws, for example).

Municipal By-Laws

As well, you’ll need to deal with municipal by-laws such as zoning and building permits.

 

How can seed-to-sale software help?

From the advent of legal medical marijuana in Canada, legal producers of cannabis have been required to track every seed, plant, gram of waste material, final product, and more. Due to the sheer volume of information, an electronic record-keeping system is the only practical way to manage the process.

The software industry has responded to this need by creating seed-to-sale management software designed to help businesses meet compliance. Seed-to-sale software tracks growth, harvesting, processing, packaging, sales and distribution.

And some seed-to-sale software systems go beyond compliance to help businesses cultivate success with features and functionality to help fine-tune propagation, growth cycles, harvesting, production, derivatives, inventory, staffing, and product sales. AirMed is one of those. Wherever your business fits in the seed-to-sale supply chain, AirMed can help with both legal compliance and business acumen. For a free demo, call 877-313-2442, email info @ airmed.ca or fill out the form on our contact page.

 

For information on cannabis licensing in Canada visit: Cannabis Licensing Application Guide

 

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Take a look at our new interface!

A new version of AirMed Cloud seed-to-sale software was introduced at the Lift Expo this month in Vancouver.

AirMed is a cloud-based platform designed for licensed cannabis producers in Canada. The new version offers a more graphical interface and streamlined processes.
Originally designed to help licensed producers meet compliance, AirMed has evolved into a comprehensive business management solution for the Canadian cannabis industry.

"We've been developing AirMed since 2014, and no other seed-to-sale software offers the range of functionality we do," said Justin Hearn, President and CEO of AirMed Canada Systems Inc.  "AirMed keeps getting better, and this new interface is the icing on the cake. Not only does it look great, but this release streamlines many processes."

From cultivation and processing through shipping and receiving, AirMed covers all aspects of cannabis business management, including auditing and compliance reporting. From the moment genetics enter your facility, AirMed helps you manage every stage of your business. At every step, processes with compliance implications are streamlined into easy repeatable workflows, capturing the required data as part of doing business. The software provides a complete framework to establish and validate a quality assurance system. From reviewing nonconformance to documenting and communicating findings, AirMed helps you maintain your desired level of quality.

In fact, AirMed is the only business solution you need to manage production, sale and delivery of cannabis while meeting government regulations.

To schedule an AirMed software demo, email info @ airmed.ca or call 1-877- 313-2442.


Thanks for visiting us at Lift Expo!

We’d like to thank everyone who visited the AirMed booth at Lift Expo in Vancouver. Thanks for taking the time to get to know us. It was a pleasure to meet you! We had a great time at the show and hope you did too.

We demonstrated our seed-to-sale software live on site and introduced the AirMed Ecosystem, a turn-key compliance and business solution for micro-producers. We had tablets, environmental sensors and more in the booth.

To help our clients cultivate success, AirMed is developing strategic partnerships with leading vendors of products and services in the Canadian cannabis industry. From compliance consultants through equipment manufacturers to telecommunications and finally delivery services, we've partnered with the best in the industry. For more information about our partners visit: AirMed Ecosystem

To schedule an AirMed software demo, email info@airmed.ca or call 1-877- 313-2442.


Visit us at Lift in Vancouver January 11-13

Being held January 10 through 13 at the Vancouver Convention Centre in the West Building, the Lift & Co. Conference and Expo is Canada's meeting place for cannabis.

Featuring hundreds of exhibitors from around the world, renowned speakers, and the movers and shakers in the global industry, the Lift & Co. Expo is Canada’s biggest event for cannabis consumers, industry professionals, investors and media.

AirMed will be exhibiting all three days of the expo, so visit us in the expo hall at booth 1349. We'll be demonstrating our seed-to-sale software live on site and introducing the AirMed Ecosystem, a turn-key compliance and business solution for micro-producers. We'll have tablets, environmental sensors and more!

 

On Thursday January 10 is the Lift & Co. Cannabis Business Conference (LCBC), bringing together leading experts from across the industry to tackle subject matter from a uniquely Canadian perspective. This exclusive all-day conference is your opportunity to join and thrive in the discussion around medical and adult-use markets and how Canadian businesses are in a position of strong leadership.

Friday, January 11, 2019 from 10 am until 5 pm is the industry-only trade show , offering focused opportunities for cannabis professionals to kick-start meaningful conversations, relationships and deals. Whether you’re an established business owner, cannabis company employee or industry-curious entrepreneur, drop by booth 1349.

Saturday, January 12  from 10 am until 6 pm and Sunday, January 13 from 11 am until 4 pm are consumer- focused. Whether you’re brand new to cannabis, a long-time consumer, you depend on cannabis for medical purposes, or are simply canna-curious, join us at the Vancouver 2019 Lift & Co. Cannabis Expo.

For more information or to schedule a specific time to meet with our team during the expo, email info@airmed.ca or call 1-877-313-2442.

See you in Vancouver!


O'Cannabiz Conference: Dec 10-11 in Vancouver

Canada is fast becoming the world’s leading cannabis market. How do we keep “First Mover” advantage? Find out at O’Cannabiz, a gathering of the people putting Canada on the worldwide industry map and creating momentum in a new marketplace. Set against the majestic backdrop of the North Shore Mountains at Vancouver’s brand-new Marriott Parq Casino and Resort, O'Cannabiz is a creative think-tank of issues related to our globally groundbreaking endeavor: recreational marijuana for responsible adults. These include tourism opportunities, aboriginal participation, quality control, brand building, workplace issues, market estimates and possible shake-outs, corporate moves and potential mergers. All this, and the best practical business advice you will find anywhere, at every level. O’Cannabiz – because at long last, you can.

For more information visit: O'Cannabiz


AirMed Featured Partner: Pineapple Express

Pineapple Express Delivery Inc. offers a personalized experience for its customers and has established in-depth security and delivery protocols to facilitate same-day delivery of medical cannabis across the country.

Cannabis delivery must be taken seriously, and the team at Pineapple Express Delivery understands that. With more than 10 years experience in the business of on-demand delivery, they have delivered everything. This new era is bringing new challenges, and they are well equipped to face them. Pineapple Express Delivery is dedicated to providing a fully integrated, simple to use, same-day delivery platform.

If your business would like to use Pineapple Express Delivery to courier your products directly to consumers, integration between AirMed seed-to-sale software and PED can provide a seamless system for shipping.

For more information visit: pineappleexpressdelivery.com

Watch a video of Pineapple Express Delivery in action: Delivering pot in one hour or less

To learn more about our other partners, visit our partnering page: AirMed Partners


Legalization of Cannabis in Canada

As of October 17, 2018, cannabis is legal in Canada for both recreational and medical use. If you want to know exactly what that means for you, there are plenty of articles available online to help you. Following are a few from Canada and around the world:

CBC News: Cannabis is legal in Canada — here's what you need to know

CNN: Canada just legalized recreational pot. Here's what you need to know

https://lfpress.com/news/local-news/pot-101-everything-to-you-need-know-about-canadas-marijuana-legalization

New York Times: Canada is Legalizing Marijuana. Here Are Some Questions, Answered.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/16/world/canada/marijuana-legalization-explainer.html

https://cannabislifenetwork.com/prohibition-2-0-begins-october-17-2018/


Business of Cannabis Luncheon in Victoria a Sell-out

The Hotel Grand Pacific in Victoria, BC hosted a sold-out luncheon October 10, 2018 on “The Business of Cannabis.” Presented by the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce, this timely event featured a panel discussion by:

Dr. Terry Lake, Vice-President of Corporate Social Responsibility and Communications at Hexo Corporation

Jocelyn Jenkins, City Manager, City of Victoria

Peter Guo, BC Enterprise Risk Services Leader and BC Cannabis Industry Leader, MNP

 

AirMed staff took the opportunity to network with others in the Victoria business community.

To view more photos of this event visit: GVCC event photos


ACMPR and the licensed cannabis producer

What does ACMPR cover?

For the cannabis industry in Canada, the most critical compliance implications are those covered by the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations. This legislation covers every aspect of marijuana production and sale. Overseen by Health Canada, these regulations must be adhered to at every stage of cannabis business from propagation through to sale. As of August 24, 2016, the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) replaced the previous Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR).

ACMPR is designed to provide an immediate solution for Canada to meet legal requirements. But Health Canada is continuously evaluating how a system of medical access to cannabis should function alongside the government's commitment to legalize, strictly regulate and restrict access to cannabis. As a result, laws and regulations may change.

Currently, the legislation contains four parts.

Part 1 sets out a framework for commercial production by licensed producers responsible for the production and distribution of quality-controlled fresh or dried marijuana or cannabis oil or starting materials (i.e., seeds and plants) in secure and sanitary conditions.

Part 2 sets out provisions for individuals to produce a limited amount of cannabis for their own medical purposes or to designate someone to produce it for them.

Parts 3 and 4 include transitional provisions, consequential amendments to other regulations, and provisions repealing the MMPR.

All those wishing to produce cannabis in Canada must apply to Health Canada to become a licensed producer under the ACMPR legislation, and all licensed producers MUST comply with the ACMPR regulations.

What are the specific ACMPR regulations that affect software and record keeping?

The ACMPR has many regulations that apply to the medical marijuana industry in Canada as a whole. Not all of those have implications for record keeping or to the method (software) used for that record keeping. (For links to the different websites that cover ACMP download our Seed-to-Sale Software Buyer’s Guide.)

How do I meet ACMPR compliance?

To be ACMPR compliant, your organization must have ways of meeting all of the regulations listed above.

Many of the regulations listed above apply to processes, so you’ll need to be utilizing best practices and documented standard operating procedures. You’ll also need to be able to prove to Health Canada that you have used best practices. That’s where seed-to-sale software comes in. Your cannabis business management software should provide you with the means to meet compliance when it comes to record keeping and reporting.

To support you in this process, a viable software vendor will supply you with a document that outlines exactly how the system they provide meets those requirements.

For a free demo to learn how AirMed meets these and other regulations, please email info @ airmed.ca.


GVCC Event: Business of Cannabis October 10, 2018

The Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce is holding a luncheon focused on “The Business of Cannabis” at the Hotel Grand Pacific on October 10, 2018.

“As the federal government gets set to legalize the sale of cannabis in Canada, find out about what regulations affect the sale of cannabis and how this emerging industry will affect and improve business here in Victoria.”

A panel discussion will take place featuring:

Dr. Terry Lake, Vice-President of Corporate Social Responsibility and Communications at Hexo Corporation

Jocelyn Jenkins, City Manager, City of Victoria

Peter Guo, BC Enterprise Risk Services Leader and BC Cannabis Industry Leader, MNP

For more information visit: GVCC Events

 

UPDATE: SOLD OUT


What is seed-to-sale software and why do I need it?

Seed-to-sale software tracks plant production from reproduction through growth, harvesting, drying, packaging, sales and distribution. Health Canada mandates record keeping for every part of the process, and Canadian seed-to-sale software applications focus on compliance built on Health Canada’s ACMP (Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes) regulations.

Record keeping is an essential part of Health Canada’s compliance regulations. From the advent of legal medical marijuana in Canada, legal producers of cannabis have been required to track every seed, rooted plant, gram of waste material, final dried product, as well as interactions with customers. Due to the sheer volume of information, an electronic record-keeping system is the only practical way to manage the process. The software industry has responded to this need by creating seed-to-sale management software systems designed to help producers track their operations and report to Health Canada to meet compliance.

As a Health Canada applicant, you must specify the name of the software system you plan to use for record keeping and provide a summary of how the software program meets Health Canada’s requirements. As a result, you will need to make at least preliminary decisions into seed-to-sale management software early on in your application process.

This might seem like one more challenge along your path to becoming a licensed producer, but in reality, seed-to-sale software is designed to help you be successful.

Seed-to-sale software platforms should provide the electronic record keeping required to not only for you to meet compliance, but also to help you be successful in your business. From greenhouse to warehouse to customer, your software system should help you at every stage of your operation. Functionality for genetics tracking, inventory management, quality control, shipping & receiving, point-of-sale ecommerce, compliance auditing & reporting, and customer relationship management can provide you with full business administration.

What is ACMPR and how does it affect me?

What does ACMPR cover?

For the cannabis industry in Canada, the most critical compliance implications are those covered by the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations. This legislation covers every aspect of marijuana production and sale. Overseen by Health Canada, these regulations must be adhered to at every stage of cannabis business from propagation through to sale. As of August 24, 2016, the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) replaced the previous Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR).

ACMPR is designed to provide an immediate solution for Canada to meet legal requirements. But Health Canada is continuously evaluating how a system of medical access to cannabis should function alongside the government's commitment to legalize, strictly regulate and restrict access to cannabis. As a result, laws and regulations may change.

Currently, the legislation contains four parts.

Part 1 sets out a framework for commercial production by licensed producers responsible for the production and distribution of quality-controlled fresh or dried marijuana or cannabis oil or starting materials (i.e., seeds and plants) in secure and sanitary conditions.

Part 2 sets out provisions for individuals to produce a limited amount of cannabis for their own medical purposes or to designate someone to produce it for them.

Parts 3 and 4 include transitional provisions, consequential amendments to other regulations, and provisions repealing the MMPR.

All those wishing to produce cannabis in Canada must apply to Health Canada to become a licensed producer under the ACMPR legislation, and all licensed producers MUST comply with the ACMPR regulations.

What are the specific ACMPR regulations that affect software and record keeping?

The ACMPR has many regulations that apply to the medical marijuana industry in Canada as a whole. Not all of those have implications for record keeping or to the method (software) used for that record keeping. (For links to the different websites that cover ACMP see More Information at the end of this document.)

How do I meet ACMPR compliance?

To be ACMPR compliant, your organization must have ways of meeting all of the regulations listed above.

Many of the regulations listed above apply to processes, so you’ll need to be utilizing best practices and documented standard operating procedures. You’ll also need to be able to prove to Health Canada that you have used best practices. That’s where seed-to-sale software comes in. Your cannabis business management software should provide you with the means to meet compliance when it comes to record keeping and reporting.

To support you in this process, a viable software vendor will supply you with a document that outlines exactly how the system they provide meets those requirements. (For a free demo to learn how AirMed meets these and other regulations, please email info@airmed.ca)

For more information on seed-to-sale software, download our buyer's guide, which answers to the following questions.

What does seed-to-sale software cost?

How do I choose one software platform over another?

What should I be looking for in the software?

How does the software fit into my business?

How is my data stored and secured?

What happens if regulations change?

Download the buyer's guide here: How to purchase seed-to-sale software