VANCOUVER, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/ArchivEra?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#ArchivEralt;/agt;–Lucidea is the parent company to a full portfolio of knowledge
management, library automation, legal intranet and museums and archives
collections management solutions. They made great strides in 2018 with
exciting upgrades to their ILS and KM applications, new products for the
museums and archives sectors, a new office in Melbourne, Australia, and
two new books from their publishing arm, Lucidea Press.
Existing clients and prospects continue to take advantage of the entire
Lucidea product line, with many clients migrating/upgrading to the
latest versions of their applications, such as Inmagic
Presto V5.0. New clients are discovering the power, innovations and
cost effectiveness of Lucidea’s solutions—now including ArchivEra,
for the museums and archives sectors.
Notable achievements in 2018 include:
Acquisition of Maxus, the Australian distributor of Inmagic library
automation and KM software—and establishment of Lucidea, Australia,
Maxus, based in Melbourne, has been supplying and supporting
Inmagic solutions since 1984, and has consistently been one of
Inmagic’s major resellers
- Maxus, based in Melbourne, has been supplying and supporting
Inmagic Presto Release V5.0, including User-Requested Enhancements.
- Redesigned user interface
- New Web-based configuration
The release of ArchivEra—their newest, feature packed collections
management system for large and/or distributed archives, and
ArchivEssentia—designed to fully equip smaller archives with the
essentials of collections management.
ArchivEra and ArchivEssentia were developed from the ground up
using LucideaCore technology, meaning they’re flexible, extensible
and always up-to-date—solving today’s archiving challenges, and
ready for tomorrow’s
- ArchivEra and ArchivEssentia were developed from the ground up
The introduction of ArgusEssentia, the collection management and
integrated portal application specifically for small museums, enabling
them to deliver large museum impact with power and finesse.
Finally, Lucidea’s publishing arm, Lucidea Press, dedicated to
offering professional development content for special librarians,
knowledge managers, and museums and archives professionals released
two books in 2018: Succeeding
in the World of Special Librarianship, by Stephen Abram, and A
Survivor’s Guide to Museum Grant Writing, by Rachael
Lucidea reports that operational, product development and client
service results have met or exceeded targets—and are on course for
continued growth and improvement in 2019 and beyond.
Lucidea is the developer of a full portfolio of world class KM,
collections management and library automation solutions including
Inmagic Presto, DB/TextWorks and GeniePlus, along with
SydneyEnterprise, LawPort, LookUp Precision, Argus, ArgusEssentia,
CuadraSTAR SKCA, Eloquent Archives, ArchivEra and ArchivEssentia.
Mark MaslowskiMarketing Manager604-278-6717[email protected]