The Open Preservation Foundation (OPF) is delighted to welcome Preservica as its newest charter member.
Preservica has over a decade of expertise in digital preservation, investing in many research initiatives as well as being a well-respected member of several international collaborations with academia, archives, libraries and corporations. Today, Preservica’s on-premise and cloud hosted digital preservation and access solutions are used by leading institutions and organisations around the world.
Preservica is a long term supporter of open source software’ explains Martin Springell, Product Director of Preservica. ‘Our digital preservation solutions utilise a number of open source components, including JHOVE, and we see collaborating with OPF as a great opportunity to make a more structured contribution to open source tool development and stewardship for the digital preservation community.’
We’re particularly pleased that Preservica has chosen to join the Open Preservation Foundation and take a prominent role in ensuring the sustainability of open source digital preservation software’ comments Ed Fay, Executive Director of OPF. ‘They bring a wealth of industry expertise, gained over many years of providing solutions to institutions of all sizes, which will strengthen our community activities to progress digital preservation technology and share knowledge openly for the benefit of all.’
Preservica joins OPF members from archives, libraries, research institutions, universities, and service providers collaborating on shared solutions for effective and efficient digital preservation.
For more information about Preservica visit: http://preservica.com/
To find out more about the benefits of becoming an OPF member and how to join visit: https://openpreservation.org/about/join/.