DLF Forum Featured Sponsor – Quartex powered by Adam Matthew Digital

Featured Blog Post by 2019 DLF Forum Sponsor – Quartex by Adam Matthew Digital

At this year’s DLF Forum, learn how your organisation can make its archival content fully searchable with Quartex, powered by Adam Matthew Digital

Our team at Adam Matthew Digital is looking forward to speaking with attendees about how Quartex enables organisations to easily publish their digital collections.

Adam Matthew Digital is an award-winning publisher of primary source content with 30 years’ experience curating and showcasing archival collections. It is through this experience that we have developed Quartex, a platform designed to help libraries, archives, and other heritage institutions showcase, share, and celebrate their digital collections.

Quartex is a fully hosted solution developed by a dedicated and skilled team of engineers. It is designed as a simple but powerful resource with functionality that requires no technical expertise, and which allows customers the flexibility to establish customized workflows based on their unique needs and collections. The Quartex platform benefits from a continual program of investment and development, as new functionality is added to support the requirements of customers.

At this year’s DLF Forum, we’re going to be asking:

  • What search functionality is key for your published collections? Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) technology, OCR, A/V transcription, federated search across collections? What issues have you come across when using other platforms?

Our existing customers include the University of Toronto Mississauga Library, Shakespeare’s Globe, Loyola Marymount University, the Royal Horticultural & Agricultural Society of South Australia, and Baylor University.

For a demonstration of Quartex, visit our team in the Grand Ballroom Foyer at the DLF Forum – they will be happy to answer your questions.


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