From religious organizations to libraries, museums and fraternal groups, the ArcaSearch team has extensive experience in assisting with particular needs of not-for-profit groups.  Historic records may be in usual formats or in bound volumes that require special care in handling; we have assisted organizations in arranging materials into a research system that is friendly to a casual user and robust enough for an advanced researcher.

Additionally, we understand that the decision process to create a digital archive often involves membership, board of directors or executive committee approval.  We’re always available to help in making presentation and providing layman-friendly information to assist the process, and we do so simply with professional courtesy – there is never an obligation.   Whether the material is your organization’s one-of-a-kind documents or difficult-to-use microfilm, we can help you.

We’ve been successful in digitally archiving many document types for today’s nonprofits:

  • Annual reports
  • Membership directories
  • Donor files
  • Organization newsletters and magazines
  • Historic correspondence and other publications
  • Microforms
  • Specialty collections

For easy access we offer our Compass Research System; an ArcaSearch hosted cloud-based application. The core technology employed in ArcaSearch’s Compass Research System has proven to be the single most cost-effective solution to historic-records management challenges faced by higher education, publishers, businesses and local governments. The Compass Research System is adapted to the specific requirements of each individual client for the secure preservation and ready access of its document archives.