SerialLab Makes Open-Source Software for Serialization

We are looking for great developers and exceptional organizations to get involved.

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Contribute your ideas and feature requests to our team. We'd love to hear from you and are always looking for help in prioritizing and building out our feature pipelines.

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We have many areas of software development where we could use your help. Check out all of the projects we're working on on our GitLab homepage.



Just need a serialization solution? You're in the right place. Download and install one of our systems and take it for a spin. All of our products are open-source.

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Our Projects

SerialLab has a number of open source components and solutions.

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No seriously, check it out. Clone or fork one of our many git projects at our GitLab page and take a look around at the documentation, code, unit-tests and coverage reports.


Our mission is to build easy to use and practical serialization solutions for the pharmacutical industry.


Delivering members of the pharmaceutical industry high-quality open-source tools for governmental (US, EU, etc.) compliance is our first goal.


Serialization platforms should be flexible in that they can be deployed freely and openly in as many different types of locations and configurations as possible.


We believe the best software is derived from the open exchange of ideas. All of our components and platforms are open-source and we are dedicated to keeping it that way.


Utilizing OpenAPI/Swagger for all of our APIs and offering docker-compose builds to allow developers and implementers to quickly deploy our systems allows for more modern and rapid deployments.

Road Map

SerialLab has BIG PLANS…we’re launching the full-fledged QU4RTET open-source Level-4/EPCIS 1.2-ready system shortly.

QU4RTET Beta 1

April 2018

The first QU4RTET Beta release will include a full number-range API and EPCIS 1.2 support and a flexible API for developers to utilize- which enables rapid development of third-party plug-ins.


July 2018

The first version of QU4RTET will be released in July of 2018. The system will be fully documented and complimented by working docker-compose builds for rapid test and production deployments.

W4R3W0LF Warehouse Module

Q3-Q4 2018

We are currently planning on building out I/O plug-ins and parsers for a number of systems as well as building our own warehouse module.


13 Open-Source projects
385409 Lines of code
1302 Cups of coffee
1 Major Releases

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