PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL ARCHIVE MANAGEMENT
for physical and digital archive management
Based on the AtoM (International Council of Archives-Access to Memory) system. xebook® archive harnesses the full potential of the world’s most widely used open-source management system.
Promoted by the International Council on Archives (ICA), it conforms to a whole array of national and international standards, thus assuring interoperability and compatibility.
A complete and flexible solution providing all functionalities for archival management of institutions and publishing lists, along with networking.
SAFETY AND SECURITY
Compatible with authentication standards, includes access control to private documents, role-defined management and document publication control based on copyright.
xebook® archive guarantees the whole chain of custody, following the specific rules and regulations for electronic document management.
Complete and modular system providing all services required for archive management. No licences or extra modules needed requiring additional investment.
Effective and efficient service
xebook® archive is an optimal SaaS service, guaranteed for success by Xercode’s know-how and proven experience. We provide you with expert and full customised support for the management of archive and document projects in all phases: analysis, installation, ad hoc development, migration, maintenance, support and training.
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Cloud-based Archive as a Service (AaaS) service for archive and document management.
Relevant functionalities ensuring protection, privacy, availability and scalability.
It offers a complete workflow and optimization of resources and data.
Ensures the custody chain preservation through xebook® preserver (xepreserved®) integration.
Provides a high level of interoperability, integration and extension with management, repository or authentication systems and tools.
A full, flexible, functional and comprehensive modular solution:
- Management of multiple document collections. Description and access.
- Full user management (roles and permissions).
- Management of classification trees.
- Management of authorities, taxonomies and thesaurus.
- Description under archival standards.
- Physical storage and search management.
- Digital document management. Global and individual search and browsing.