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LIMSABC Releases Cloud LIMS for Medical and Recreational Marijuana Testing

Published: Monday, January 27, 2014
Last Updated: Sunday, January 26, 2014
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New company offers specialized LIMS solution

LIMSABC, a newcomer in the Laboratory Information Management Systems industry, has been working hand in hand with several medical and recreational marijuana facilities to develop a cloud LIMS system to meet the requirements needed for these very specific labs and their needs.

With more and more states recognizing the benefits cannabis provides to patients, the need for specialized LIMS software became apparent. The new law in Colorado legalizing the sale and use of recreational marijuana only added to the need for proper testing and monitoring software. LIMSABC took on the challenge to develop cloud LIMS software specifically for recreational and medical marijuana testing labs.

Mr. Gabriel Balint, CEO of LIMSABC stated "By working closely with several cannabis labs, we discovered that these facilities have needs that are quite different from any other lab. We took the time to listen to their needs and requirements, and created a solution, LIMSABC's Laboratory Information Management Systems for medical and recreational marijuana testing facilities.

This LIMS by LIMSABC offers many unique features such as storing data regarding samples, tracking prices, credit balances, clients and projects. LIMSABC's cloud LIMS software automatically generates invoices and can store the most minute details such as the grow medium, grow environment as well as the strain and genetics of the cannabis. Custom applications for LIMSABC's new LIMS software are available.


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