Although it is advertised more for museums many archives use PastPerfect. It might work well for this researcher. Support is good and it is relatively inexpensive.
Edward M. Corrado
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> On Aug 13, 2018, at 07:20, Jordan Hale <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> A researcher contacted my colleagues seeking advice in locating a software package that would provide archival management, metadata creation, indexing, and annotation functionality for a digitized collection of several thousand textual and photographic documents, with multi-user access and authentication controls. We aren't aware of an all-in-one solution, as our internal workflows involve Islandora, AtoM and more. Does anyone have any insight into proprietary solutions so we can offer her some suggestions?
> Many thanks,
> Jordan Hale (they/them/theirs)
> Digital Repositories Librarian, University of Waterloo Library<http://uwaterloo.ca/library>
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