Oregon isn’t endorsing the approved providers, and retailers have the option of using manual options, but the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) has named four cannabis POS solutions providers that it has approved to track retail cannabis sales and integrate with its Cannabis Tracking System overseen by Franwell METRC. Colorado-based Flowhub, California-based Green Bits, which has a dominant position in Washington, Portland startup Odava and Oregon-based OMMPOS signed data use agreements with OLCC, though METRC will add more companies over time as they become certified.
Software solution providers can apply for certification in five inventory management categories: sales, packages, transfers, plants, and harvests; certification is also available for administrative functions: strains, items, and rooms/locations, according to OLCC. OMMPOS is certified just for sales, while Flowhub is certified for sales and packages. Green Bits is certified for sales, packages and transfers, while Odava is certified for sales, plants, harvests and packages. OMMPOS has no certification for administrative functions, while the other three are certified in each area.