InTerris Registries is launching new module updates. All modules have now an improved and more secure login procedure. Manage who can login to which modules and who can access which projects in a database. The Base module was also extended with new functionalities. It is now possible to manage Projects and Sites separately and connect one or more Sites to one or more Projects and vice versa. The base module now also has a more elaborate external documents connection functionality. Connect documents to several data levels such as the ARM (Archaeological Resource Management) data level and Projects and Sites data levels. A connection at one data level allows indirect connections to the other data levels, making connected external documents available on multiple relevant locations throughout the InTerris system. This feature will be extended throughout multiple modules of the system including the new Collections management module currently in development.
InTerris Registries is launching a new module! With the generic import module most 3rd party data can now be imported into the InTerris Registries database system. As long as a few technically mandatory fields are present this gives a lot of flexibility when receiving data from 3rd parties that do not use the InTerris Registries system, or when using a different data collection tool in the field. Tabular data for the following levels can be imported: Field data, Artifacts sorting data, Photos and Drawings data, basic analytical data for Feature relations, Feature Structures and Phases, and finally Specialist analytical data when also using the InTerris Registries Specialist data module.
We are currently rolling out the new InTerris Registries software version 5. This version is an update that will allow true multilingual use of the system. Not only the use of and switching between different language is supported, but within each language it is now possible to create user defined sub language lists. Don't want to use the default value 'Unit', 'Planum', 'Artifact' etc.? Simply change these to something that is more appropriate for your situation, such as for example 'Trench', 'Level', 'Find', etc. This feature even allows users to define multiple different semantic sets for different types of field projects that each demand their own lexicon.
While we are all mostly still working from home and in case you are wondering what InTerris Registries is all about and what it could do for you and your organization, have (another) listen at the Archaeotech podcast Episode 102, on the Archaeology Podcast Network, and learn more about the InTerris Registries system.
As we all try to make the best of the current situation regarding the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak, we at QLC Inc. and InTerris Registries try to keep our services ongoing. In practice this means that we currently no longer are able to offer on-site support.
However, due to the nature of our services and products, we are able to continue our online support. This means that most of our services can continue as normal. These services include but are not limited to: distribution of new and continuation of existing software licenses, and online support for installation, implementation, training and project based consultancy.
Finally, for the duration of the COVID-19 lockdown crisis we will offer a 15% discount on all our base prices. This discount is valid for both software licensing as well as our hourly consultancy rates for on-line support.