Discover AM Quartex: our easy to use and quick to implement digital asset management system

Quartex is a digital collections platform that eases digital asset management, creates efficient workflows and enables you to build visually dynamic websites to showcase your digitised archival materials.

Designed and built by digital publisher AM to showcase our award-winning digital primary source collections, Quartex features time-saving functionality and one-click processes to make asset management easy – without losing any of the editing and cataloguing features you need.

Quartex also excels at website creation. Assets and metadata can be assigned to multiple collections and to one website or many, and users can save searches and bookmark assets across Quartex sites for future reference.

From academic libraries to public libraries, museums and archives, our responsive, accessible websites and digital exhibits are transforming the ways in which researchers find and explore digitised materials.

In our latest introductory webinar, Jessica Kowalski highlighted examples from Baylor University, Harris County Public Library and McGill University and showed how you too can create digital collections with AM Quartex.

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Recent posts

Successfully migrating digital collections: three institutions share their experiences of achieving their migration objectives

Wednesday 17 January 2024 | 9:00am PST | 12:00pm EST | 5:00pm GMT

Your migration to a new digital collections platform demands a flexible, customer-led approach from your platform provider’s support team. Join this panel discussion to hear the experiences of Rice University, the University of Portland and Durham County Library, all of which have recently undertaken this transformative journey with AM Quartex.

Torture, State Violence and Political Prisoners: Exploring the Global Human Rights Movement through the Amnesty International Archives

Tuesday 12 December | 2pm ET

Find out how our Amnesty International Archives: A Global Movement for Human Rights collection can be used in teaching and research