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Frontis Archive Publishing System

Frontis allows you to easily publish your digital data on-line for people to search and browse. It can be up and running in a day or so. No computer infrastructure needed by yourselves. Its the easy and affordable solution for small organisations, and can scale up to large enterprise archives.

Interested?

Take a look at our Demonstration site https://frontis.co/demo

Or ask for a demonstration and get a FREE evaluation site for your own archives.

Records Management

Store a wide range of record types.

  • Frontis represents records by any number or combination of documents, images, multimedia and structured datasets.
  • Photographs can be stored and browsed by thumbnails.
  • Import structured datasets from databases or spreadsheets to allow intelligent searching of transcribed records:
    • classify fields – for example: date of birth, location, surname, regiment;
    • define field types – date, text, number;
    • intelligent searching will automatically search the correct data for matches based on the field classification.

Features

  • The Frontis system can be configured to match your own corporate image, integrating seamlessly with your existing web site or intranet;
  • No client software installation is required, all that your users and administrators need is an internet browser;
  • Store and search transcriptions, images, multimedia and documents;
  • Search all records, including intelligent searching of structured datasets using the built in search forms, or create your own;
  • Browse records using your own classification hierarchy;
  • You can assign your own meta-data tags to reflect the unique content of your records;
  • There is an easy Wizard style interface for importing electronic records;
  • Frontis™ can be hosted on both Unix/Linux and PC platforms allowing you to use your existing infrastructure.

Security

Have confidence in the security of your electronic records.

  • Frontis™ allows records to be stored with a security classification, and user access levels control which records they can see;
  • Unique user accounts with roles to control which functions the user can perform. For example Administrators, Records Managers, Records Officers, Reviewers and Users;
  • Passwords are stored using powerful 128 bit encryption;
  • No user names are displayed, only screen names;
  • Session identification and timeout;
  • Full backup to prevent you from losing your archives.