The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) will switch cannabis licensing software providers later this month, according to a Tulsa World report.

Regulators will begin using Thentia on Jan. 18 in an effort to provide a more user-friendly interface, reduce turnaround times and decrease the chance of errors, the news outlet reported.

Jan. 7 will be the last day for cannabis licensees to use the current software, Complia, and then the licensing system will be down for a week, from Jan. 10 through Jan. 17, while the OMMA transitions to the new software provider, according to Tulsa World.

Applications that have been started in the current system but left incomplete by Jan. 10 will not be transferred to the new system, the news outlet reported.

Licensees will receive an email from OMMA by Jan. 18 with Thentia login credentials, according to Tulsa World, and license holders will then be able to update their information directly on the website after the switch to Thentia. With the Complia system, licensees had contact OMMA to update their information.