About us

Mission of the company is to provide and promote inventive information governance and archives management-related services to organizations and individuals aiming at preservation of their memory. Our vision is to become a key provider of digitisation, archives management, and blockchain and DLT-supported information governance research, services, and training.

We value innovation, competence, motivation, and committment in assisting our clients.

Hrvoje Stančić, CEO & consultant, full professor and Chair of Archival and Documentation Sciences at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb where he teaches at undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate level. He is author of the book “Digitisation”, co-author of “Archival dictionary. English-Croatian, Croatian-English”, and more than 130 published papers. He was Director of the European research team at the InterPARES Trust international research project (2013-2019). He is member of the Board of Croatian Archival Society. At the Croatian Standards Institute he is President of the mirror technical committee for development of ISO/TC 307 Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies and member of the ISO/TC 46/SC 11 Archives/records management - Joint Working Group 1 - Blockchain. His main interests are digitisation, document and records management, long-term digital preservation, authentic and trustworthy digital records, digital signatures, digital timestamps, blockchain and DLT, and disruptive technologies applied to office and archival processes.

Arian Rajh, consultant, graduated in Information Sciences and Comparative Literature in 2005 and received his Ph.D. in Archival Science in 2010. Arian Rajh works as the Head of document, records and project management department in Croatian Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices. He is also external associate at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. He was a member of European Telematic Implementation Group on electronic Submission and co-chair of the Ad-hoc drafting guidance subgroup Best Archiving Practice. Arian Rajh was a researcher at the InterPARES Trust (2013-2019) project. His main interests are digitisation and migration projects, OAIS-based systems, systems audits, records and archives management systems, computer generated description, and specialised digital records such are pharmaceutical records etc.

Željko Trbušić, consultant, assistant at the Chair of Archival and Documentation Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. He received his doctorate in 2022 with the topic Methods for analysis and process optimisation of optical character recognition in archival information systems in the field of social sciences, scientific field of information and communication sciences, archival branch. His main interest is the application of state-of-the-art technologies (artificial intelligence, blockchain, computer vision) in the field of archival and documentation management, as well as the optimization of digitization and archiving processes.

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