LIMS for Cannabis Testing
ATL can help your Cannabis lab meet the regulatory requirements for your state, along with facilitating ISO 17025 Compliance and Certification for your laboratory.
Manage Your Cannabis Testing Data
Our Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) can help your laboratory manage every aspect of your cannabis testing; from potency, microbial contaminants, heavy metals, aflatoxin, residual solvents, and pesticides, to self-service secure web reporting.
Our LIMS also support Quality Control testing, laboratory workflows, reviews, approvals, audits, SOPs, CRM, limit checking, stability studies, and full product traceability from the grower to the dispensary.
Our solutions also offer instrument integration for rapid data capture and report generation, support electronic signatures in workflows, and fully comply with the FDA’s CFR 21 Part 11. Our LIMS products support creation and automated delivery of pdf quotes, invoices, final analysis reports, Certificates of Analysis, and include a secure web portal, Result Point, to allow customer access to the testing results 24/7. We also offer integration with a number of other enterprise systems such as accounting packages (QuickBooks, JD Edwards, Great Plains), statistical software packages (such as JMP, or NWA), ERP and SAP systems.
ATL Enhances Integration of Monitor Plus (Wireless Environmental Monitoring) with its LIMS Solutions
ATL today announced improved integration of Monitor Plus with its market-leading LIMS products, Sample Master® and TITAN®. ATL has taken this step as part of its long-term goal to make its LIMS offerings more robust and comprehensive through enhancement products.
ATL will provide a talk at the 2020 Laboratory Automation & Informatics Virtual Conference on May 20th. This virtual event allows attendees to participate with no travel or registration costs – it is completely complimentary. The talk will focus on educating attendees on the role that laboratory automation and LIMS plays in facilitating new and improved processes in the lab.
ATL will provide a talk at the 2020 Cannabis Sciences Virtual Event on March 25th. This virtual event allows attendees to participate with no travel or registration costs – it is completely complimentary. The talk will focus on the key market drivers why cannabis testing laboratories are acquiring a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS).