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GeoShepard introduces offline functionality to its platform, aiding outdoor growers with regulation compliance

GeoShepard, a Colorado-based technology company focused on helping marijuana cultivators plan, review and measure crops digitally while capturing and delivering compliance data to government regulatory agencies, announced the ability of its mobile cannabis data entry application to operate offline. 

The GeoShepard application allows cannabis cultivators to automate the data entry of compliance information into METRC, the end-to-end tracking and tracing solution specifically designed for government agencies regulating legalized marijuana. Twelve states, the District of Columbia and Colorado’s industrial hemp industry all rely on METRC for monitoring the cannabis industry. 

“Keeping up with everything that goes into complying with state regulations — charting growth stages, monitoring inventory, tracking weights and more — can be incredibly challenging. This is especially true considering how essential compliance is to preserving a grower’s reputation and their license to operate,” said Jay Lineberry, CTO at GeoShepard. “Offline functionality is something our clients have been clamoring for, and we’re happy we’re able to meet their needs with this new feature. Now, outdoor growers and gardens with weak or no Wi-Fi connections can leverage our innovative solution to automate data entry — even when they’re offline.”

The offline functionality enables users to scan and weigh the plants while offline. Then when a network connection is made, users bring the application back online to complete the review and submit to the server. GeoShepard’s offline mode takes advantage of all of the same features as the current version, including harvest, waste, change phase, change rooms, package and more.  In offline mode the data is initially stored in the phone until the user can connect again to the internet. Then the technology stores all relevant information to the GeoShepard cloud, saving significant time and money and providing additional transparency for cultivators until they are ready to submit the data to METRC.

GeoShepard will be demonstrating this new feature at the MJBizCon conference on December 11-13, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV at booth #7319. The updated app will be available for users to download on December 30, 2019.

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