The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first museum in the world solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. Using multimedia technology and other innovative approaches, the Museum creates inspiring encounters with human rights appropriate for all ages, in a visitor experience unlike any other.
The Museum chose Alfresco One to serve as its content repository – and to leverage its ingestion, imaging and archiving capabilities – primarily because of its functionality and agility, as well as its open source technology.
“When we started to look at enterprise content solutions, Alfresco was ultimately chosen because it was open source and fit with the spirit of the technology that we were deploying within the museum, and also within the broader context of the museum’s mandate of transparency and collaboration,” said Gillam.
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