Project Management Software (THEMIS)

THEMIS is a browser-based software from Max Communications that provides a comprehensive solution for cataloguing project management. With THEMIS, all stages of a cataloguing and digitisation project can be managed from within a single platform. THEMIS also allows users to approach digitisation projects differently, enabling them to capture and ingest digitised images before cataloguing and indexing the material. The platform provides a range of features, including meta data harvesting from scanned documents, image manipulation by proxy, batch rotation, and splitting of images.

The digitisation process can be divided into several stages that can be managed with THEMIS. These include numbering, capture, conversion, splitting, cataloguing, transcription, OCR, and QA. The platform also enables users to export the final output in a range of formats. THEMIS is web-based, allowing remote user access, and provides an audit trail for user activity. It also offers database and UI customisation, template creation for automated data extraction, OCR accuracy statistics, project progress reporting to item level, and project management reporting.

Using THEMIS for cataloguing and indexing significantly increases efficiency. The project management software can access and accommodate any existing catalogue information, and enables the addition of further metadata post digitisation. Cataloguers can enter relevant data fields directly into a structured database against the corresponding image, eliminating the need to match spreadsheet records against physical item

THEMIS represents a powerful cataloguing project management software tool that streamlines the process of digitisation, archive digitisation, and catalogue creation. With its comprehensive set of features, THEMIS can help users to manage all aspects of a digitisation project from a single platform. If you need help managing your digitisation project, THEMIS can help.

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