Pars Azarakhsh, an independent private company, was incorporated in 1988 in the Islamic Republic of Iran, to provide software solutions, software products and digital data management strategies to governmental and private organization of Iran.
Our software products and know-how have matured over time in tandem with technological advancements in our field, with critical inputs from field experts, associated companies, organizations and institutions. In the last ten years we have undertaken many landmark projects that include database and archive automation for our clients.
Our knowledge base and software products are unsurpassed in the field of digital data management for libraries and document centers, and this includes the full spectrum of related requirements.
All our software products are web based, integrated and user friendly. Some of our major clients include the governmental institutions, private companies, national libraries and universities. Due to our superior products we enjoy having the major market share in this field.
We are most proud of our achievement in developing the software product called “RASA” for the national library of Iran in 2003 and “AZARSA” for Iranian parliament. In addition, we have undertaken other complex national projects integrating and managing data for libraries, museums and governmental document centers.
Our ability to be novel and technologically advanced is shown in our software products and services which include but not limited to developing general software solutions, management of digital libraries and archives, web portals, system automation, technical and corporate archives.
We are a company driven by our people who are from different backgrounds that includes science, engineering, software, hardware, quality and project management.
AZARSA is a powerful digital library software that was the first of its kind to be released nationally over 13 years ago.
AZARSA is a digital library software that is web based and efficiently manages modern libraries, and gives clients the ability to interact with archives anytime from anywhere, and much more.
Since its inception, AZARSA has been continually developed into a sophisticated software that’s compatible with current technological advancements, and is in accordance with best practices of data centers and recognized international standards in this field, such as OAI, Z39.50, MARC21.
AZARSA has proved to accommodate the needs of every library no matter the size and desired configuration.
Digi-LIB is a sophisticated stand-alone digital library used within LANs of small to medium size organization and technical data centers. Digi-LIB efficiently organizes, rationalizes, stores and retrieves data that is at the standard of libraries and data centers worldwide.
Digi-LIB has been designed for maximum efficiency to reduce time and resources, which in turn results in economic benefits for the users of this product.
SIS PORTAL is an interface module for Digi-LIB we offer our clients to access library resources and services through a single access and management point for all users. Features of this product include but to limited to data preparation, organization, access, search, extract, transfer, interpretation, maintenance and integration.
Our SIS PORTAL unifies the user experience of discovering and accessing information that is unique and extremely user friendly.
POYA is another automated library software that we offer. It was developed and released in 2006 to meet the specific needs of small libraries that make it incredibly ease to use and compatible with technological advancements.
OFOGH is a web-based module for POYA and Digi-Lib, that allows our clients to share and transfer information through the internet onto servers. It includes creating and uploading websites, updating webpages, and posting blogs online. The published content may include text, images, videos, and other types of media.
RFID is our latest product to be released which is a comprehensive software to meet the challenges faced with cutting edge technology in the field of digital libraries, and this opens up new possibilities for our users.
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader’s interrogating radio waves. Active tags have a local power source such as a battery and may operate at hundreds of meters from the RFID reader. Unlike a barcode, the tag need not be within the line of sight of the reader, so it may be embedded in the tracked object. RFID is one method for Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC)
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