Track the status of your collection and keep your department on task.
Collection Managers are responsible for the smooth operation of an astute team of curators, registrars, exhibition managers, and web specialists. Our collection management and archive software solutions help you streamline documentation, cataloguing, and project timeline management with configurable reports, customizable data screens, and task-based alerts to keep your collection information in top shape. Our dedicated support team will help you navigate all the procedural challenges you face, from internal documentation and project management to workflow and training.
Optimizing Collections Management
This short video follows James, a collection manager working hard to maintain his collection information. James can quickly send object information to colleagues, instantly view the curator’s checklist for an upcoming exhibition, and generate accurate reports on any aspect of the collection. Find out how.
Collections and Digital Assets Manager at Shangri La: Museum of Islamic Art, Culture & Design (operated under the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art) Opened to the public as a museum in 2002, Doris Duke’s [...]
You already know the benefits of upgrading your collection management system to take advantage of all the latest advances in technology and practice, but you may already have a large investment in your legacy data, and [...]
The Whitney Museum of American Art has a long history of presenting important performance art, both in their collection and through the Whitney Biennial. Farris Wahbeh, the Benjamin and Irma Weiss Director of Research Resources [...]
The International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF) has published The FIAF Moving Image Cataloguing Manual, designed to help archivists working with moving images to navigate the technological advancements in cataloguing, preservation, and access practices. The [...]
Preserving, Cataloguing, and Sharing Rare Books with Collections Management Software The Stark Museum of Art in Orange, Texas, was the vision of collectors H.J. Lutcher Stark and Nelda C. Stark. Opened in 1978, the Stark [...]
Less than 1% of the 138 million objects housed by the Smithsonian’s 19 different museums are on public display, with most of the collections hidden away in storage. One increasingly common way to improve access is [...]