Trym Launches a Track and Trace Feature for the Trym App


(Novato, CA) Trym or Trym.io was founded in the year, 2017.  The objective was to be a computer software business that, catered to marijuana or cannabis growers.  For this effort, it launched the Trym App.  The latter, is available for Apple iOS, and, Google Android.  Specifically, the Trym App gives the marijuana or cannabis grower, complete visibility of the business operations.  The visibility is the result of automated data collection, and, data analysis.  Combined and in turn, the marijuana or cannabis grower, receives insights that optimize the harvest yield.  Recently, Trym or Trym.io announced that, it continues to think about optimizing the harvest yield.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has added a track and trace feature to the Trym App.  Technically, the Trym App has been certified with Metrc, and, it is now a software feature.  Floracal Farms in Santa Rosa, California U.S.A., is the first marijuana or cannabis farm, to use the Metrc feature of the Trym App. 
            The Trym App with the Metrc feature, is how Trym or Trym.io, is expanding into a seed to sale service model.  The goal, is to become the sole service provider, of an intuitive marijuana growing system.  However and returning to, the Trym App, the aforementioned is used in four easy steps.  The four steps are environmental data, the explore app, the grow app and operational inputs.  In reference to, environmental data, the aforementioned is on-site hardware.  The on-site hardware collects data, from the environmental sensors and equipment.  Subsequently, the collected data is sent to the Trym App.  Through the Trym App; the collected data is processed, put into storage and analyzed.  In reference to, the Explore app, the aforementioned is part of the Trym App.  Inside the Explore App, the data that was collected from the sensors and equipment, is converted into analytics.  In reference to; the Grow App, the aforementioned is part of the Trym App, and, it is meant for smart telephones.  Through use on a smart telephone, the Grow App is another way of saying, the next step in how the Trym App is used.  For example; the Grow App permits the marijuana grower to monitor the facility, manage the employee team and keep track of the marijuana plants.  In reference to, operational inputs, the aforementioned is another way of saying coordination.  The idea is to efficiently coordinate the workflows, of the marijuana growing facility.  The latter, is made possible by the Grow App of the Trym App. 
            Returning to, the Trym App with the Metrc feature, the aforementioned expands the farm management concept.  The expanded farm management concept now includes daily operations, task management, environmental monitoring, batch analytics and compliance reporting.  As previously said, this effort is part of the goal to expand, into, a seed to sale service model.  With the addition of the Metrc feature, and, as part of the previously stated goal; Trym expects the following from the new Trym App.  It expects that marijuana growers will be able to track the plant batches, trace the plant batches, understand the plant’s life cycle, have task data, have environmental data and understand the critical variables of each harvest.  The overall idea, is the successful improvement of the entire marijuana cultivation process.    
            Continuing with, Floracal Farms, the aforementioned was already using the Trym App.  However, as a craft marijuana or cannabis grower, it wanted more.  The more that it wanted, was also, for all four of its Santa Rosa growing facilities.  For the unique distinction of being the first grower, to use the Metrc feature of the Trym App; it worked closely with Trym.  Specifically, Trym oversaw the Metrc integration process.  Drew Duval is the Vice President of Operations at Floracal Farms.  Through a press statement, Mr. Duval said the following.  “Matt, Ben, and the rest of the Trym team have been a joy to work with.  Their ability to scale quickly and efficiently with our operations has helped us greatly.  Their customer service and willingness to tailor the software towards our operational processes, have made them a valuable partner to our business.”   
            To end, Trym or Trym.io did release a press statement.  Matt Mayberry is a Co-Founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Trym.  Through a press statement, Mr. Mayberry said the following.  “At Trym we listen intently to our customers to ensure we’re always delivering products that provide the most value to growers.  We heard from numerous farms that the workflows found in Metrc don’t match the way they actually grow cannabis and that tracking plant data in Metrc was costing them a lot of money in additional labor expenses.”  Matt Mayberry also said.  “We took a ‘farm-first’ approach to our Metrc integration, with a focus on mirroring actual cultivation workflows and minimizing time growers need to think about compliance.”  As previously stated, Trym or Trym.io recently announced that, it continues to think about optimizing the harvest yield.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has added a track and trace feature to the Trym App.  Technically, the Trym App has been certified with Metrc, and, it is now a software feature.  Lastly; Floracal Farms in Santa Rosa, California U.S.A., is the first marijuana or cannabis farm, to use the Metrc feature of the Trym App. 

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09/14/2019

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