AM and Microform partner to provide libraries and archives with a holistic digitisation and online presentation solution
AM has announced a new partnership with the digitisation solution provider Microform, which will see the digital collections platform AM Quartex made available as an enhancement to Microform’s digitisation service offering to libraries and archives.
Microform specialises in digitisation services within the GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) sector, catering to businesses across the UK, enabling them to effortlessly present their archives on a global scale.
The partnership will provide Microform customers with access to Quartex, AM’s innovative and flexible digital asset management and website creation system, empowering them to build engaging collection sites and efficiently manage digital exhibitions.
We are delighted to launch our partnership with Microform and begin this collaboration to support heritage organisations with each step of their digitisation, preservation and digital presentation journey. Together, we’re excited to be shaping the future of digital archives, making them engaging, interactive, accessible, and above all, ensuring their preservation for generations to come.
Neil Bowker, speaking on behalf of Microform, said, "Partnering with AM is a significant milestone for Microform as it allows us to offer top-tier software to support the digitisation services we offer our customers."
AM Quartex is incredibly user-friendly and intuitive, and offers exceptional detail, allowing collections to present archives in the most thoughtful and sensitive manner possible. This partnership marks a momentous leap forward for Microform, and I am eagerly looking forward to a closer collaboration with AM.
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