Collections Cataloging Software for Museums

Software for Museums

Re:discovery Software has developed museum management software for twenty years and has been in use during that time by many of the world’s top museums. Our museum software is assisting curators in managing large, general collections to smaller, more specific exhibits.

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Specifically Designed Software for Museums

Specially designed to implement museum cataloguing software, Re:discovery Software Proficio modules are easy to customise and adapt to suit individual client needs.

Museum cataloguing software can be customised to suit specialised collections, view and zoom images of objects and artists, or attach multimedia such as audio and video files to any record in the museum software. Re:discovery museum management software can also produce standard or custom reports and export records into PDF, HTML, XML, RTF, MARC and EAD formats.

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Online Access to the Museum Collection

The Proficio’s web module has simple processes to view and share collection information online and easily runs on Microsoft servers and desktop operating systems. Users of the museum software are also impressed with how conveniently data and records can be filtered, sorted, and grouped.

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Learning to Manage Your Unique Museum Collections

To better understand Re:discovery Software’s customisable and standard features in their museum software, clients can request phone or onsite training. Help Systems within the software are also included.

Archive Software

Our museum archive software makes it easy to import, export, and create standard MARC records. Users can produce EAD (Encoded Archival Description) finding aids in XML format allowing easy machine-readability and therefore easy search, maintenance, and exchange of objects, artists and other saved imagery.

The hierarchical structure implemented in the museum database software caters for both general and detailed cataloguing; beginning with the Collection level, to Series, then File Unit, and finally Item Level records. The relationships established within each collection can be viewed in a hierarchical list format.

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