Cannabis Compliance Inc.

IT Strategy

Client: Cannabis Compliance Inc.
Industry: Cannabis

Read how Incrementa worked with Cannabis Compliance to integrate an IT strategy into the business that left the team feeling confident and prepared for the next step.

The story

Cannabis Compliance Inc. is Canada’s original cannabis compliance consulting firm. The team at Cannabis Compliance provides business planning to ensure clients can meet Health Canada’s strict policies around operations, security and sanitation. They help clients cultivate, sell and stay compliant.

Incrementa’s relationship with Cannabis Compliance was initiated by the need for a thorough information technology (IT) strategy. Mike facilitated a learning management system (LMS) selection process, starting with an in-depth IT needs assessment. Once chosen, the LMS supported Cannabis Compliance and its many customers, providing scalability and best in class customer service.

Mike Knapp

STRATEGIC PLANNING & EXECUTION

Mike has been helping businesses achieve their goals for more than 20 years. He believes there is a better way for business owners and leaders to build their businesses and achieve their big goals. As a Gravitas Impact Premium coach, he leverages the 7 Attributes of Agile Growth™ to simplify the art of strategy and discipline of execution.

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