Migration simplified: discover our customer-led approach to migrating your digital collections

We believe your migration to a new digital collections platform should be as easy and enjoyable as possible, and led by you.

Our flexible, intuitive and easy to use platform, AM Quartex, is a great starting point – you don’t even need IT experience to use it – but our difference is our people. With many, many successful site migrations and builds under our belts, our team knows how to work with librarians and archivists to get the best results with the minimum of fuss.

From the start, we build your migration around your needs and resources, so whether you’re migrating specific projects or your whole inventory, and served by a large IT team migrating from open source software or a small team or lone arranger reliant on volunteer support, we’re listening so that we can support you in whatever way you need.

Join Jessica Kowalski, Senior Sales Manager, US, to learn more about our simplified and customer-first approach to migrating your digital collections.


  • How our approach to onboarding and implementation can be built around your resources, workflows and timelines.
  • How we continue to support our partners post-launch.
  • From the examples of AM Quartex partners that have migrated collections of widely different scale and scope from different DAMS systems.

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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