Simplifya Expands Footprint to 23 States with Launch of New Compliance Solutions for West Virginia Cannabis Owners and Operators
DENVER, Oct. 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Simplifya (“Simplifya” or “the Company”), the leading regulatory and operational compliance advanced technologies and software platform serving the cannabis ecosystem, announced that its suite of essential compliance solutions for cannabis businesses is now available in West Virginia, expanding the reach of the company’s footprint to 23 states. The suite of cloud-based compliance services available includes Simplifya Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Simplifya Smart Cabinet and Simplifya Self Audit, and are designed to help cannabis operators remain compliant and manage risks in West Virginia’s emerging medical marijuana market.
On April 19, 2017, Governor Jim Justice signed Senate Bill 386 into law, creating the state’s Medical Cannabis Act. The new law allows for cannabis to be consumed for certified medical purposes by West Virginia residents with serious medical conditions. Under the law patients will be able to legally purchase medical cannabis in pills, oils, topical forms, concentrate administered by vaporization or nebulization, dry leaf or plant forms, tinctures, liquid and/or dermal patches. The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health and Office of Medical Cannabis have stated that they are committed to a goal of less than two years for patients with a qualifying medical condition being able to procure quality-tested medical cannabis in West Virginia and commercial sales are expected to launch this winter.
Simplifya’s suite of compliance tools now available to the cannabis ecosystem in West Virginia include:
Simplifya Self Audit
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