See Argus Collections Management at The Museums Association Conference
In addition to delivering traditional and powerful collections management capabilities, Argus is purpose built for museum professionals wishing to engage diverse audiences through community curation/co-curation, and to offer multimedia content such as oral histories and other audio and video.
Lucidea’s Argus collections management system is a Web-based, highly configurable and comprehensive solution that accommodates a diverse range of museum and gallery curatorial and visitor outreach requirements—ensuring that museum collections are accessible, visible, relevant and sustainable.
Visit Alice Jarrom at Stand 70 in the Brighton Centre to see how you can leverage the power of the Web to offer innovative services that go well beyond traditional collections management.
Argus 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
In other Lucidea News
Argus CMS from Lucidea to attend SEMC 2022 conference with exhibit booth, prize giveaway, and new book Museum Digital Projects and You. Where to Begin?
Lucidea, developer of KM, library automation, and archival and museum collections management software, to enter EU with a presence in Ireland
BIALL presented the Supplier of the Year Award 2022 to Penny Bailey, who accepted it on behalf of Lucidea affiliate, Bailey Solutions
Lucidea Press has published a new book from KM guru Stan Garfield, 5Cs of KM for Special Librarians and Information Specialists.
Lucidea brings Argus CMS to first virtual AAM Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo, as a Patron Sponsor, with exciting new features and real-time chat
CILIP attendees to see Lucidea’s latest updates (including AI), discuss solutions to library needs no matter the size or budget
Lucidea brings archival and museum collections management, knowledge management, and integrated library management applications to DCDC19