Manual data tracking is a thing of the past. Choose a POS that does this digitally!
Let’s put this into a cannabis situation: there’s organized and then there’s “the BCC
is knocking” organized.
If you can’t keep your inventory room organized, how do you expect to keep your business on the right track? As an inventory manager, setting an example for the rest of your staff should be a top priority. What should be a no-brainer is actually one of the most common mistakes that takes place in cannabis businesses—keeping stock rooms organized.
Keeping a clean and well-organized inventory room is an absolute must for those looking to be on top and push the boundaries of “norms” in terms of inventory management. Aim to be the cleanest, well-organized delivery service that the BCC
has ever seen.
Losing inventory or misplacing it is subject to investigation from the BCC, which can land your business in a position to deal with fines and potential suspension. The BCC takes inventory management very seriously and is arguably one of its top priorities. METRC-integration not only allows for the track-and-trace of every product, but in reporting to METRC, requires for any discrepancy of inventory to have a justifying reason behind it.
Avoid the possibilities of losing product or misplacing it by doing routine storage maintenance and inventory reconciliation. A proactive attitude can go a long way and keep your delivery service’s head above water.