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Quit pen-and-paper based compliance. Scan Metrc barcodes using just your phone's camera.
From the hills of Humboldt, to the fields of Eugene—stay compliant and run your business, anywhere.
Save 75% of your time on harvest data entry by using our bluetooth scale integration.
Use Metrc tags as they were intended with RFID scanning to quickly enter data.
We're Metrc certified and happy to visit and help get you set up.
View your available inventory
and create sales orders for sold product.
Automatically generate invoices for your customers.
See available, allocated, and sold inventory all from one screen.
Send Metrc manifest directly to Quickbooks as an invoice.
Canix is located in San Francisco and was built for the Cannabis inventory. We currently serve 225 clients across the country and focus on cultivators, manufacturers, and distributors. We serve both small and large operations with software and consulting services.
Areas for Growing in Oregon:
Since the 1990s Oregon rivaled states like California and Washington as the national producer of cannabis. As of 2006 the Beaver State was the fourth largest indoor cannabis producing state and the tenth largest overall. Medical card holders can legally grow up to 18 immature cannabis plants and 6 mature plants. They can opt for a caregiver and grower of their choice. Recreational users 21 and older can grow up to six cannabis plants so long as they are out of public view. Living within 1,000 feet from a school will bar you from home grow.
Track your inventory using your phone. Scan barcodes, even when you're in poor reception areas.
View your inventory and generate an OMMA-ready report from your browser.
Recreational Status: Yes. You can possess, use and buy recreational cannabis if you are 21 and older. Recreational users can purchase seeds, immature plants, CBD products and edibles from licensed retailers.
Medical Status: Yes. Physicians may recommend cannabis for:
Oregon Track and Trace: The Oregon Liquor Control Commission welcomes participants to use METRC. The Metrc Cannabis Tracking System (CTS) is integral to the OLCC and their regulation of legal cannabis. Every OLCC licensee is required to participate in CTS.