Oregon’s Newest Cannabis POS
METRC (Marijuana Enforcement Tracking and Compliance) is the cannabis governance solution providing end-to-end tracking and tracing for all cannabis supply chain activities to ensure a closed, legal ecosystem.
The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) was created by the Oregon State Department of Health to oversee the rules and regulations surrounding the state’s medical cannabis program.
Its responsibilities include maintaining a registry of patients, caregivers, and physicians. It also issues licenses for growers, processors, testing labs, transporters, and dispensaries.
The OLCC is responsible for making sure medical cannabis businesses abide by all regulations as issued by the state. This includes the state’ mandate to make Metrc the mandatory seed-to-sale tracking system for all commercial cannabis licensees.
Metrc is now the leading track-and-trace solution in the cannabis industry. Established in 2011 in Colorado, the system provides state regulators with a traceable history of every single cannabis-based product sold in their jurisdiction—from cultivation and production to transportation and the final retail sale.
METRC IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CANNABIS BUSINESSES IN Oregon
The OCLL requires that all cannabis businesses be registered and using Metrc’s tracking system. This applies to all medical marijuana commercial licensees including:
To get more of an understanding of what’s expected of you as a cannabis business owner, see Vende's Oregon Page.