Consultant, Program Manager
With 6 years experience, Seth understands the cannabis industry, your operation, & patient/customer needs. Called the "Human Canna Computer"
Consulting Retail Operations Compliance Software Training Cultivation
With 6 years experience at MJ Freeway, Seth understands the cannabis industry, your operation, and patient/customer needs. He has been responsible for thousands of client system implementations and has performed hundreds of onsite setups and workflow analyses. Work with Seth to build processes at your operation and get the most out of your investment.
- 10,000+ hours spent advising clients on-site and virtually
- Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Western Michigan University
- Has been called the human cannabis computer
- Designs and implements cannabis industry training programs
Seth will review your existing or proposed operational procedures and identify inefficiencies and redundancies with a focus on saving time and costs. He'll also review procedures for diversion prevention, product safety and labeling.
About MJ Freeway:
MJ Freeway® is the industry-leading software and consulting solution for cannabis businesses, processing $5B in cannabis sales transactions and serving clients in 23 states the District of Columbia, Canada, Europe, and Australia. Founded in 2010 by a team of career software and IT professionals, the product suite is designed and built from the ground-up specifically for cannabis businesses. MJ Freeway's tracking software includes patent-pending inventory control and grow management applications to streamline workflow and increase efficiency. MJ Freeway's Leaf Data Systems software solution enables governments to track cannabis plants from seed-to-sale and ensure patient, public, and product safety. MJ Freeway also offers a complete suite of consulting services for cannabis businesses. For more information, call 888-932-6537 or visit mjfreeway.com.
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