2022.06.01 Software Release 4.62.0

Updated 2 weeks ago by David Drake

Version 4.62.0

Summary

  1. METRC
    Added METRC integration for Oklahoma.
  2. Inventory from Bill of Materials
    Easier selection of multiple tags in the creation of packages.
  3. Package Creation
    Automatically populate the "Use By Date" for new packages.
  4. Analytics
    1. Retail - Hypur Transaction Report.
    2. Cultivation - Harvest Projection Report.

Details

METRC

Added METRC integration for Oklahoma

Our METRC integration in Oklahoma is live and functional. Thanks to our existing OK customers for working with us to bring this integration to life and migrate existing instances to fully integrated.

Inventory from Bill of Materials

Easier selection of multiple tags on the creation of packages.

When creating inventory from a bill of materials, we've updated the selection for tags on package creation to allow for selecting multiple tags. Additionally, we've added the capability to create more than 50 packages at once for METRC clients. This functionality was carried over from creating packages from packages to ease the BOM process.

Package Creation

Automatically populate the "Use By Date" for new packages

When configured to require the Use by date and the Shelf Days have been configured for an item, we'll automatically populate the "Use by date" based on the date when creating new packages.

Configure the Use by date and the Shelf Days for an item:

  1. Go to Settings / Inventory and locate the Item.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Locate the Rules section below, set the fields, and don't forget to your changes.

Analytics

Retail - Hypur Transaction Report

Find it in Settings / Analytics / Reports / Retail - Hypur Transaction Report.

We created a new report to see the total transaction volume for Hypur Debit across multiple retail locations.

Cultivation - Harvest Projection Report

Find it in Analytics / Reports / Harvest Projection Report.

We created a new report to see the number of upcoming harvests by strain and group and the expected harvest date.


How did we do?