Archiving

Organize your legacy.

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Archival assessment: Initial inspection of physical and digital content to establish protocols and organization by categories (i.e., decades, type, product group, etc.).  Followed by detailed item-by-item inspection to determine placement. Including vintage photography, corporate records, marketing and sales collateral, newsletters, etc.

Preservation of archived materials and creation of a digital archive: Reorganize and preserve original documents, images, and memorabilia using archival storage and presentation products.

Inventory and scan documents and photographs for storage in a cloud-hosted document management system. Optical character recognition (OCR) will be performed to permit full-text searching of the complete archive contents. Files will be searchable and retrievable for internal (password protected) use or public access.

Additional archiving options include:

Digitizing and storage: Audio (interviews, radio spots, recorded speeches, etc.), video or film (corporate identity, training, special events TV spots/interviews, etc.)

Repurposing of materials: In order to support various company initiatives, including a history video, history wall (i.g. a lobby or waiting room), mini-museum (in a space accessible to visitors), history page(s) and public archives on the company website, PR and branding touting a company’s upcoming milestone celebration, etc.

Software and licensing: document management systems which allow personnel access to data remotely.