Archive and Password Systems

Archive for Publications and Index

A Database-driven Archive is to be one of the key features of any Publication Website, and will serve as the backbone to bringing income. The Archive / E-Commerce combination implemented by EcomSolutions will allow for multi-optional purchasing directly from your Publication's Website, will be streamlined with the appropriate transaction forms, and the choice Financial Fulfillment Company.

Digitization of content, past issues, articles, reviews, and conversion into searchable files is available. Files will carefully be uploaded and find permanent residence in a Database Server (Relational Database Management System).

The vending of the items contained in the Archive is managed from the custom designed back-end CMS, will offer detailed information, and will automatically create and avail full reports about transactions, amounts, fees, client account information, and taxes for individual items or packs.

The further customizable set-up will allow for purchasing of individual items, or packages, per preference. One example of tiered vending of issues and articles for a fee can be:

  • Purchase Individual Article
  • Purchase Article Packs (set amount of articles)
  • Purchase Issue
  • Purchase Issue Packs (set amount of issues)
  • Purchase individual Article Review
  • Purchase Article Review Packs
  • Purchase Individual Book Reviews
  • Purchase Donation – with option to receive free item
  • Purchase Gift – with option to receive free item
  • Unlimited access to the Archive for a specific time period

It is the competency of the Publication to set prices, time intervals, structure, and itemize the multi-vending packs based on their strategic, marketing, tactical, and financial goals. Our technical ability, flexibility, and expertise will help creating the multi-functional Archive upon the Publication's preferences and further consultancy.

The custom back-end CMS will also have built in command options for subscription and implementation, so that subscriptions and subscribers, along with orders can be controlled, edited, or indexed.