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Anygraaf

The choice of the professionals

The versatile software developed by Anygraaf's personnel has altogether over 200 customers in Finland: newspapers varying from small local papers to newspapers with more than one hundred editors, printing offices, news agencies, image agencies and book publishers.

Customer oriented

Anygraaf views clients not as customers, but as partners. We define our success as the sum of our customers’. That’s why we take the time to listen to our customers and work with them to develop the tools they need to effectively meet their needs. We don’t build what we think is the best solution, we build what our customers tell us is the best solution to do their work.

Experience in system development

The team responsible for the development of Anygraaf products offers more than 20 years of experience producing solutions for the publishing industries. Today, more than 15,000 users of Anygraaf’s content and financial management systems are at work meeting their organizations’ publishing needs throughout Europe and North America.

The popular Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive celebrates its first year anniversary – update on the way

The Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive, maintained by the National Defence University’s Production department, was opened in April 2013, and has since proved to be highly popular worldwide. The image gallery’s first year anniversary celebration on National Veterans' Day will bring with it new content, as the service will be updated with over 800 colour photographs and video material.

The service is realized by Finnish software company Anygraaf Oy.

The eve’s eve of the National Veterans' Day on 25 April marks exactly one year from the opening of the Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive. Over the last year, this internationally unique open information service has been visited by over a million people from all over the world, resulting in a total of over 31.3 million image downloads.

The service update to be carried out on National Veterans' Day will make available over 800 rare and historically significant colour photographs from the time of the Continuation War, including photographs from the bombing and occupation parade of Vyborg.

In addition to the colour photographs, the update will incorporate the National Defence Force’s digitised news videos from 1940–1944, hosted in the National Audiovisual Institute’s online Elonet service, into the site’s search. The usability of the site will also be improved; visitors will now be able to search and review content organised by themes, such as photographs taken during key holidays.

The new materials to be added to the service as part of the update and the nearly 160,000 black and white photographs already on display are all free to download and use. The Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive will also be made available through the finna.fi service as part of the National Digital Library project, which will facilitate the work of researchers, for example. Anyone visiting the service can leave feedback on the photographs in order to add background information to the materials.

The updated Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive (www.sa-kuva.fi) will open on National Veterans' Day on 27 April at 12 noon.


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