Tracking ganja from seed to sale with Ample Organics

Canadian company looks for fertile market via Tech Beach

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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Ample Organics Inc – which says it is the leading seed-to-sale software solution currently used by the majority of Canada's licensed producers of cannabis – has announced it is expanding into international markets and is launching with producers of cannabis in Jamaica.

The company will be present at this year's staging of Tech Beach Retreat, Nov 29-Dec 1, 2018 at Iberostar in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Ample Organics is a leader in cannabis tracking and reporting technology. Its software platform was built and designed to evolve with government regulations and makes compliance easier by tracking individual plants from seed to consumer and reporting every detail of the growth, production, and sales processes. Data is collected at the most granular level, offering insights that can help drive business decisions and protect public safety.

Beyond seed to sale, Ample Organics also offers an extended suite of products, including AmplePayments, which provides competitive cannabis-exclusive payment solutions.

Ample Organics is partnering with Tech Beach Retreat as part of its efforts to reach the community in Jamaica.

“We look forward to enabling the Jamaican market to enter the international arena by providing cutting-edge technologies that are already extensively used by the world's leading cannabis companies in Canada, Australia, and other advanced jurisdictions,” said John X Prentice, president and CEO of Ample Organics, via news release.

“We believe that Jamaica can be a major part of the emerging global cannabis industry and we're here to make sure that happens by bringing the best tools and standards in the business.”

Although the company is Canadian, it has some strong Jamaican connections, as its president of operations and security is Darace Rose, a proud graduate of William Knibb Memorial High School in Falmouth,Trelawny.

“Growing up humbly in rural Jamaica taught me that there are no dead ends to problems and that you can always find innovative solutions by working with what you have – as long as you have an unwavering commitment to treating the customer right,” Rose said.

“Growing up in Jamaica was always a great experience. Jamaica helped me become ideologically mature. Ample Organics strives to provide our innovative Enterprise Resource Planning, Track-and-Trace and educational software tools to allow Jamacia's licensed producers to capitalise on the cannabis opportunities internationally.”

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