Argus Collections Management for Museum Innovators at MCN 2019
Argus is purpose built for museum professionals who want to engage diverse audiences and leverage the power of the Web to offer innovative services that go well beyond traditional collections management, no matter the museum’s size or budget.
Argus supports MCN’s focus on “humanizing the digital”— increasing accessibility, offering an enhanced user experience, fostering discovery, and enabling museums to leverage community curation/co-curation.
Argus is a Web-based, highly configurable and comprehensive collections management solution that accommodates a diverse range of museum curatorial and visitor outreach requirements, ensuring that museum collections are accessible, visible and relevant.
Visit the Lucidea team at the Hilton Resort & Spa, Booth #16 to see collections management that delivers benefits such as:
- Always enough room for all your collections
- See only the fields you need to see
- Permissions management by role or group is a snap
- Accommodates multiple users
- Your portal is always current; make changes once, view them in real-time
- Community curation/co-curation
In addition, they’ll show you exactly how Argus can help you meet the challenges of a changing world when you attend their demo “Make Your Museum’s Goals a Reality with the Right CMS” on November 7th at 1:30 pm.
Today’s museum professionals successfully address challenges and embrace opportunities, with Argus. Visit the team at MCN 2019 and see what Argus can do for your museum.
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