Vicente Sederburg to Launch First Marijuana Compliance App

The SaaS will go public in July

By Amy Hickcox


Beginning in July, Simplifya, the first cloud-based app that allows marijuana companies and government entities to check marijuana compliance at their fingertips, will go public in Colorado.

Brian Vicente of Vicente Sederburg in Denver was highly active in the development of the app for the approximately seven months that it took to create. The firm worked closely with Marion Mariathasan, CEO of Simplifya, to create the software.

“There are many local and state rules that marijuana businesses need to comply with,” said Vicente, “We want to make sure we have a full understanding of all those and are able to share those with clients in a way that’s easy to understand.”

Simplifya will roll out a Software as a Service and will be accessible through a variety of channels, including through the web, mobile devices and tablets.

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