TL;DR - The team at Prairie Grass was passionate about their facility being fully digital from the day its operations began. They found Elevated Signals when they were going through the licensing process and have been paperless since!
- $36,000+ saved on personnel alone in the first year of implementation
- Worked six times faster by speeding up the compiling & filing of records
- Batch release in 1/2 the time thanks to one-click download batch records
- Pain free audits thanks to real-time record-keeping
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Prairie Grass is a family run cannabis operation, cultivating on the Prairies of Southern Alberta.
Founders Rebecca Thomson - a Pharmacist, and Olivia Penner - a Registered Nurse, were keen to implement a streamlined electronic record-keeping system in their new facility, similar to those they were used to in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. According to Olivia:
“We spent an extensive amount of time trialing systems, but what we discovered was that, while many of the platforms claimed to be paperless, there were still multiple key areas of Health Canada compliant record-keeping that the systems failed to address and required supplementation with paper records.”
“Elevated Signals delivered on its promise of a completely electronic quality record-keeping system,” said Olivia.
The software streamlines data collection on inventory management and quality into one platform. Records are automatically filed against batches or locations, saving teams a minimum of 18 hours per staff member, each week.
“Elevated Signals is an incredible time and cost-saving software platform, tailored to the extensive compliance record-keeping component of cannabis cultivation and processing."
"We have maximized the system’s capabilities in form building and batch traceability and have received very positive feedback from Health Canada inspectors on the organization and traceability of our master batch production records,” said the Co-founders.
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