Introduction to Using Adilas as Cannabis Compliance Software


My name is Molly Hennessy. Prior to starting Next Chapter Solutions, I managed multiple medical marijuana operations acting in strict compliance with state laws.

I have been privileged to work with marijuana business owners, operators, regulators and software developers across the world. I am happy to show you a few things I have learned about Adilas, as seed to sale software.

The purpose of this training tool is to enable a cannabis business to produce accurate business records in a highly regulated market using Adilas Software. It is also to support creating a compliant cannabis industry.

Compliance has been defined as:

“Certification or confirmation that the doer of an action or the manufacturer or supplier of a product, meets the requirements of accepted practices, legislation, prescribed rules and regulations, specified standards, or the terms of a contract. “

Next Chapter Solutions strongly believes a single software cannot ensure compliance, but rather compliance is accomplished when staff understand the rules and best practices for their industry and as defined by their company.

Throughout my courses, and throughout you will find many suggestions for other tools that will assist you and your team with compliance.

We also believe system administrators need to understand their physical process to ensure that it, too, is compliant. The following lessons will demonstrate how to use Adilas software to represent your compliant process virtually.

The following lessons will offer seed to sale software users a road map to developing compliant routines and accurate data entry. But first, explore the following lesson topics to help you understand why Adilas is right for you.

You can find a lot of information about cannabis business, compliance and adilas on My goal for this course is to:

  1. Tell you a little more about adilas and
  2. Help you decide if adilas software is right for you and your cannabis business.

Throughout this course I will present an introduction to tracking cannabis business operations including the people, the product and the process, or the “3P’s”, of the cannabis industry.

In the following lessons we will discuss in more detail the common requirements for tracking a cannabis from purchasing, through manufacturing, processing, packaging, testing, transporting, sales and distribution.  

I will also present some  tools and technology used to track the 3P’s.

This is meant to be a short course. If you would like a more detailed e-course for how to use adilas software to track your cannabis business, consider taking the course: “101: Intro to Adilas Software for Manufacturing.”

The following topics will give you a quick demonstration of how the system is used for manufacturing operations.

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About Adilas, or adilas, like, is an online business platform. We are considered a “SaaS” or Software as a Service provider. We charge a monthly fee for businesses to use our interface, functions, and tools. We give our clients full access to their data through a valid login. Depending on how the different companies choose to use the adilas platform, depends on the tools, functions, and features that they need or end up using. is a web-based hosted solution. In modern language, this is commonly known as “cloud-based”. We advertise ourselves as a “virtual data portal” to help with sales, inventory tracking, POS (point of sale), CRM (customer relationship management), online expense tracking, BI (business intelligence), payroll, timecards, scheduling, backend office, accounting functions, and much more. Read more about Adilas
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Yes. was originally designed for vehicle manufacturing and sales. The solution was adapted to accommodate many industries and has served thousands of cannabis businesses as a seed to sale tracking system since 2010. The system works for Governing Agencies, Dispensary’s, Cultivation, Production or Lab facilities to track and trace marijuana from seed to sale. Learn more about seed to sale software.
Yes. Adilas currently integrates directly with Franwell Metrc, Leaf Data, BioTrack, and the Washington State Liquor Board’s tracking system. We are currently working on integration with Arizona Department of Health Services web portal and will develop for other states as requested. We are currently working on solutions in Canada.
Adilas will work on any device or computer that can connect to the Internet. Adilas can be used in any web browser, although, some browsers offer more functionality than others. For best results, we recommend you use Google Chrome, Safari or Firefox. However, some printers may prefer internet explorer, which works fine too.
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