The goal of this article is to serve as a starting point for third-party audits by briefly explaining how our auditing feature works and by briefly explaining the life cycle of a third-party audit.
How it Works
Before we launch in a market, our Regulatory Affairs team takes all of the cannabis regulations in a state (or local jurisdiction, where applicable) and condenses them into simple yes-or-no questions. Each question created is “tagged” to the state or locality it applies to, the license type(s) it applies to, and a category it applies to. There’s actually a lot more that goes into our process of creating audit content, but this is basically how our system knows which audit questions to populate for each audit.
As a third-party auditor, when you create an audit for a cannabis business, Simplifya uses the city and state in the address of the facility, along with the license types held at the facility, to determine which questions populate on your audit.
The Life Cycle of a Third-Party Audit
Ancillary Companies can take advantage of our Audits feature to create and conduct third-party audits of their clients. The process is simple:
- Create the audit.
- Conduct the audit.
- Review & finalize the audit to generate the audit report.
- Share your audit report with your client.
Click each of the above steps to view an article that explains each step in greater detail.