We are very excited to welcome Scott Denholm to the Brytemap leadership team!

Scott is the former Executive Director of Franwell Inc.’s Marijuana Enforcement, Tracking Reporting and Compliance (METRC) Program, and joins Brytemap as Chief Operating Officer (COO). Scott will oversee our internal operations and will play an instrumental role in the launch of our newest software platform for cannabis and hemp growers.

“As Brytemap’s COO, Scott will have a critical role in guiding our company forward in our mission to be a model technology partner in our industry,” said Bryan Lopez, Founder and CEO of Brytemap.

As Executive Director of Franwell Inc.’s METRC Program, Scott was responsible for consulting with states, regulators, associations, marijuana cultivators and dispensaries about how to deploy leading-edge technology, and advised them about business logistics and processes. In addition, he oversaw research of business opportunities, architecting solutions, and training and education in support of both state agencies and the marijuana industry. METRC is currently contracted with eleven states and the District of Columbia to provide a centralized track and trace compliance system for these legalized cannabis markets.

“There are very few people in the cannabis industry that possess the amount of knowledge and experience that Scott has in terms of regulation, compliance and logistics.” Lopez continued. “He has an in-depth technical background in RFID tracking and a proven track record in successfully opening new markets and driving revenue growth. His experience and knowledge about various aspects of cannabis regulations and reporting within each state will be very valuable in helping our customers understand how to incorporate our solutions and effectively manage and track their grow, processing and dispensary operations, while remaining compliant with state regulations.”

Welcome aboard, Scott! We look forward to doing great things together!

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