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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.

ATL LIMS for Cannabis Testing Manages Samples and Associated Data

World-Class Productivity

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), 3rd party cannabis software (METRC, Confident Cannabis), ERP and SAP systems.


Featured in American Laboratory Magazine: Selecting a LIMS for the Cannabis Industry

ATL LIMS in the Cannabis Industry was featured in American Laboratory

2019 Cannabis Science Conference: Automating Cannabis Testing with LIMS

ATL LIMS was featured at the 2019 Cannabis Science Conference East

LabRoots Presents:

Cannabis Sciences 2019

ATL's Dr. Christine Paszko spoke about LIMS and Laboratory Automation at the 2019 Cannabis Science Conference hosted by LabRoots

LabRoots Presents:

Cannabis Sciences 2020


Here are some of the many features in ATL’s LIMS that will improve your cannabis laboratory’s performance.

METRC Integration

Instrument Integration & Barcoding Capabilities

Generate QC charts for dynamic trend detection.

Validation of raw materials and product run tracking, traceability and product quarantine.

Generate Certificates of Analysis in pdf format and numerous production reports.

Remote access to view data in real-time with Result Point

Latest News


ATL to Present at the 2021 Cannabis Sciences Virtual Event on March 24th

ATL will be presenting at the 2021 Cannabis Sciences Virtual Event on March 24th. This virtual event allows attendees to participate with no travel or registration costs – it is completely complimentary. The talk will focus on how implementing a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) in the cannabis sector supports efficiency, productivity, and regulatory compliance.

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ATL to Present on LIMS and Laboratory Automation at the 2020 VIRTUAL National Environmental Monitoring Conference (NEMC)

Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a leader in Laboratory Information Management Solutions (LIMS), will present at the 2020 National Environmental Monitoring Conference (NEMC), the largest conference in North America focused on environmental measurements. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Conference is virtual and will feature more than 175 presentations and posters. It takes place weekdays from August 3-21, 2020.

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ATL and the City of Raleigh to Present at the 2020 NC WOA and NC AWWA-WEA Virtual Laboratory Technology Day

ATL, a leader in Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), will be presenting at the 2020 North Carolina NC WOA and NC AWWA-WEA Virtual Laboratory Technology Day. Due to COVID-19, the event has been converted to a virtual event and presentations will take place on July 7-9. Lab Automation: Trends and Advances in the Water/Wastewater Sector will focus on the challenges water, wastewater, and environmental water quality laboratories in North Carolina are currently facing. It will highlight some of the latest advances in laboratory automation and LIMS in addressing these issues.

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