Collections Management Software
Catalogue, digitise, preserve, share and manage your collections with the world’s leading collections management software
Over 3400 institutions use our collections management software worldwide from small institutions, to some of the largest and most prestigious in the world
Modernise your collections management processes
Catalogue to international museum and archival standards.
Easily find information with simple to expert searches.
Store a wide variety of multimedia and text files.
Link to external thesauri or people databases.
Monitor preservation and conservation needs.
Increase public access to your collections.
Manage the exact physical locations of your collections.
Implement consistent workflows for accessioning and loans.
Create reports to monitor your collections.
Generate and store relevant legal and rights information.
Increase Engagement With Your Collections
Publish your collections
online through your website
Make digitised images, documents, video and
audio files available online
Publish collections directly to
Google to increase your reach
Easily find, group and shortlist collections for upcoming exhibitions
Increase The Efficiency Of Your Digitisation Projects
Implement digitisation workflows and build simple data entry forms
Build reports to monitor data entry and digitisation statistics
Import data from multiple sources, including Excel and CSV
Use data cleaning tools to bulk update records
Preserve & Protect Your Collections
Create workflows to manage the conservation process
Document conditions and the conservation process
Manage and track internal and external movements, including specific transport requirements
Store full audit trails of record changes and access
Our Customer Stories
How the National Maritime Museum creates engagement with their collections online and in the Museum
A few years ago, the Museum set a cardinal direction towards the future, which has virtually doubled visitor numbers.
One of the main objectives has been to make the diversity of the collections more visible and accessible in the Museum and online.
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Digital Strategy / Chief Digital Officer
National Historical Museums Sweden
“A lot of museums think they are so unique, instead of trying to find a common ground with other museums. The idea now is to move away from a tailor-made system and instead move into a system that is shared with other museums. And I think that even if you have unique knowledge and unique collections, still the needs are quite similar.”
Vienna Technical Museum opens up its object and archive database
A collection archive hidden behind closed doors and accessible only to a select group of experts is now a thing of the past where the Vienna Technical Museum is concerned.
90% of the approximately 160,000 collection items can now be accessed from the museum’s website.