Archiving

arcipedia® is a database, and as such, it is composed of an endless number of object data sets. arcipedia® preserves your knowledge, it is an image of your corporate memory, organisation or museum and collects all the parts of your history. To accomplish this goal, you need to feed your digital archive with data and create data sets for every single one of your archived records.

This is done in a number of steps. Once saved, every data set is immediately and permanently available in the system. To save a data set, only very basic information needs to be entered into mandatory fields. All additional, optional information can be added later on. Basic and required data on an object includes the name, a unique object number, a designated archive group, an associated company and information concerning the date and particularities of its addition to the archives. Once these basic facts have been provided, the object is archived and can be found through the different search functions of the system.

<p>Create objects quickly and without much effort - only minimal data input is required.</p>

Create objects quickly and without much effort - only minimal data input is required.

<p><strong>arcipedia®</strong> provides ample opportuniy to enter optional information and add it to your archived objects.</p>

arcipedia® provides ample opportuniy to enter optional information and add it to your archived objects.

<p>Additional text and images enrich your archived objects.</p>

Additional text and images enrich your archived objects.

<p>The data sheet offers a quick overview of all relevant data and images.</p>

The data sheet offers a quick overview of all relevant data and images.