Designed by archivists, for archivists
Calm archive management software is built on a foundation of international standards for archival and curatorial collections management.
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Manage all your collections data to industry standards. Whether cataloguing, managing locations and movements, or managing archive conditions, you can do so safe in the knowledge that you’re adhering to industry best practice.
Serve the public
Create workflows that help your team manage reading room requests and requests for information from the public.
Manage physical records, born digital and digital copies within one database, and manage a wide variety of multimedia files that relate to the collection within the system.x
Built to SPECTRUM standards as well as ISAD(G), ISAAR(CPF), EAD, EAC.
Link to external thesauri and people databases through Linked Open Data
Store, link and manage data using a sophisticated hierarchy-based data structure
You can access archives data from Calm on the go through an easy to use, web-based interface
Build reports to monitor data entry and digitization statistics
Import / export in XML formats, including EAD
An open API allows you to integrate with 3rd party software
The solution goes with the flow of what archivists do. I find that it handles the complete workflow for an archivist efficiently and effectively. I can get an instant visual representation of the complete archive, which I find extremely valuable, and adding the strong support for managing digital born content, it really is a solution any archivist would benefit from working with.
We had a lot of information that we needed to store in a very logical way, and we wanted to make that available to the public. For the first time in the Hall’s 140-year history we were able to make that history public.
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