Odesso Announces Seed to Sale Software to Provide an Omnichannel Mobile Customer Experience on Automation Engines Used by the FDA and DOJ

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Odesso, a leading enterprise no-code SaaS provider that helps digital businesses accelerate three times faster than traditional low/no-code and API management products, announced its Seed to Sale software solution to provide vendors with an omnichannel mobile customer experience to meet state agricultural compliance regulations. The software runs on the same automation engines used by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).

Odesso’s new software for cannabis companies is built on the React Native Framework, which offers more flexibility, and allows users to launch apps on iOS, Android, and Web simultaneously. The Seed to Sale software is designed to amplify operations and automate compliance to promote exponential levels of success, profits, and growth. The Odesso no-code development engine eliminates reliance on expensive software engineers.

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“With our Seed to Sale software we have built a no-code platform that allows enterprises and individuals to develop omnichannel (mobile, tablet, desktop) applications without needing to learn complex programming languages,” said Michiel de Bruin, Chief Security Officer of Odesso.

Recordkeeping is the key for agribusiness companies to stay in good standing with state regulations. Odesso simplifies the compliance process by giving users a streamlined method of tracking and updating their harvests and automatically sharing that data with Marijuana Enforcement Tracking Reporting & Compliance (Metrc) regulators in a number of states.

How Seed to Sale Works

  1. Data Collection: Input data directly off the scale or the warehouse floor, getting it digitized as fast as possible.
  2. Cross Communication: Send the data directly to specific states and regions to match the most up-to-date Metrc compliance standards.
  3. Analytics & Reporting: Track user inputs to see what’s working so that you can cut down on administrative bloat.

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Odesso is Metrc approved to operate in the following states:

  • Alaska
  • California
  • Colorado
  • DC
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts:
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon

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