Michigan Seed-to-Sale Software

The Canix Cannabis ERP will save over 75% of your time entering Metrc track-and-trace data.
Michigan Cannabis Seed-to-Sale Software and ERP
Proudly serving over 250 Cannabis cOMPANIES
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Features to help you stay Metrc compliant and run you cannabis business

Offline-enabled mobile app
METRC Integration
CCA Integration
Live Phone Support
On-Site Integration and Training
Invoicing
RFID Harvesting
Nursery Forecasting
Non-cannabis Inventory
Recipe Creation
Live Inventory
Current value reporting
COA Management
Cultivation tax

Cannabis ERP software and consulting for Cultivators, Extractors, and Distributors

Canix is located in San Francisco and was built for Cannabis inventory tracking to accompany track and trace. We currently serve clients across the country and focus on cultivators, manufacturer, and distributors. We serve both small and large operations with software and consulting services.

Areas served:

  • Ann Arbor
  • Jackson
  • Kalamazoo
  • Lansing

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Michigan

 Compliance Information

Medical
Medical
Recreational
Recreational


State Licensing Authorities:

  • The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs is the main regulatory body for cannabis. 


  • Michigan Track and Trace: The Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) uses Metrc as the state wide monitoring system for tracking cannabis inventory and verification under the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act, Marihuana Tracking Act, and Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act. 


  • The Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act was passed in 2018 legalizing adult-use. Medical use was legalized in 2008 through the Michigan Compassionate Care Initiative. 



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