Cova, BioTrack, FlowHub among companies awarded seed-to-sale licenses
The State of Missouri released six licenses for seed-to-sale operators.
Those with seed-to-sale licenses will be able to access the state’s seed-to-sale software through an application programming interface (API). This license is sought out by software companies, such as those who provide seed-to-sale tracking or point of sale services.
Retail Innovation Labs, otherwise known as Cova Software; MJ Freeways; Bio-Tech Medical Software, otherwise known as BioTrack; and Flowhub are national service provider leaders among the license winners. Cova and Flowhub provide point of sale and retail management software services, including integrated patient menus and inventory tracking, to facilities like dispensaries. BioTrack and MJFreeways both provide an array of software offerings for facilities, from seed-to-sale to point of sale.
Prior to operating, licensees must sign a user agreement for software integration with the state.
Two applicants were denied a license.