Reggae superstar, Sean Paul, yesterday attended the launch of BioTrackTHC, a medical marijauana tracking company, at the University of Technology ’s Medical Marijuana Integration Day event.
BioTrackTHC™ is a United States based company that provides seed-to-sale software tracking solutions for ganja businesses and state government regulators, on May 14 launched its technology in Jamaica at the University of Technology ’s Medical Marijuana Integration Day morning kick off event.
BioTrackTHC announced at the event, partnerships that provide the company’s seed-to-sale medical ganja tracking technology and training to the University of Technology Jamaica, and the University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica .
The two universities are growing medical ganja for research purposes and are the only entities legally allowed to grow ganja in the country until business licenses are approved.
“We are proud to be working with both of Jamaica’s institutions of higher learning to help bolster knowledge and infrastructure for the legal medical ganja industry in Jamaica ,” said Patrick Vo, co-CEO, BioTrackTHC.
“It’s a mutual education process whereby our company is learning about the needs of Jamaica while sharing our technology and expertise that is leading the way in the rapidly expanding U.S. market. Our goal is to provide a solution that is tailored to meet the specific needs and priorities of the Jamaican people and their new medical ganja industry We look forward to the results of their research.”
BioTrackTHC’s seed-to-sale tracking system has helped facilitate a reliable, compliant ganja industry in a growing number of U.S. states.
This includes a version of the system implemented by state regulators and a separate system for business customers.
BioTrackTHC’ sgovernment-managed tracking system is currently being contracted by regulators in the states of Washington and New Mexico , and its commercial system is used by business customers in more than 1,100 locations in 18 U.S. states, Canada and South America . The company is donating the technology and training to the two universities.
Minister of Science, Technology, Energy & Mining, Phillip Paulwell tagged the first plant to be tracked by the technology.