Facilitating economic growth of safe, regulated hemp
Hemp cultivators work long hours, from early sunrise to late into the evening. They need the ability to apply for licenses, receive updates, and upload documentation in the few moments they have time to spare. Available anytime from anywhere, Accela makes it easy for your customers to transact business on their schedule.
Customizable workflows with pre-defined logic rules reduce the manual effort required to review and approve license applications. Agency staff can focus time on the cases that need attention, not on processing routine applications.
Reporting and data tools help drive decision-making. With real-time access to data such as number of growers and processors, number of license applications in queue, total acres under cultivation, and planned disposition of each crop, department staff can make informed decisions that drive policy.
Remove roadblocks for growers and processors of hemp with a simple licensing workflow, convenient online portal and two-way communication. A painless licensing process makes it easy for growers and processors to enter or expand hemp operations.
Intelligent workflow routing, automatic notification, and online plan and document review simplifies the approval process, reduces the number of manual steps, and keeps applications flowing smoothly through the approval process.
No more hunting for missing documents. All information relevant to the case is digitally attached to the case, including license information, case history, compliance violations, test results, or planting and harvest plans.
Always know the current status of any application in the system. Accela makes it easy to see the full application queue and know exactly who is working the case and the next step required for approval.
Using Accela mobile apps on their device of choice, field inspectors can perform inspections, collect critical data, record GIS locations, take photos and video, or upload other document field visits.
Even in areas without mobile connectivity, inspectors have full access to site history, including past inspection findings, test results, crop plans, and compliance history.