What is Qulto?

Qulto® is the essence of our two-decades expertise gained in the field of cultural heritage and knowledge management IT. We unify our cultural and science related software, hardware and content solutions (named as ‘cultware’) under this brand, which together make up a coherent whole. The name Qulto® also indicates the philosophy we owe our success to: we think in networks and cooperation.

The members of our corporate group (Qulto Companies) together with our partners are proficient in different professional specialties, thus as a network they have the knowledge necessary for implementing major projects. With our growing number of clients we build up a coopearting community; we call this network the Cultware Network.

We assemble our solutions from lego-like components, which communicate with each other according to international standards. Thus, our codes can easily be recycled and we can quickly build new solutions from them. Also , with the help of standards, we integrate them to either open source or business solutions. We gladly use open source or freely available components, too, and we return our developments back to the related online communities. We consider the cultural and secientific contents and the related metadata to be a semantic network, and this approach serves as a shared basis for our solutions ranging from inventories to gamification.

Latest News
Name of woman who received Van Gogh's ear has been revealed
Name of woman who received Van Gogh's ear has been revealed
Gabrielle Berlatier was a farmer's daughter who kept her traumatic encounter with the artist a secret.
Public collections on the semantic web in a Hungarian context
Public collections on the semantic web in a Hungarian context
A Slovak library journal has just published an overview about the appearance of semantic web in public collection environment in Hungary. Various case studies are presenting different projects in this field.
Checking the identity of entities by machine algorithms
Checking the identity of entities by machine algorithms
The results of a successful collaboration project among Monguz Ltd, (member of the Qulto Companies) and Petőfi Literary Museum has just been published in the Code4Lib Journal. Here you can find the short abstract of the article.
Hungary at the First World War - new exhibition of the Military History Museum and Archive
Hungary at the First World War - new exhibition of the Military History Museum and Archive
The Hungarian Military History Museum and Archive have just presented a new temporary exhibition. The title is Hungary at the First World War, 1914-18. The digital content has been developed by one of the members of our corporate group (Qulto Companies), Monguz Ltd.
Future Museums Hackathon
Future Museums Hackathon
Within the frame of Europeana Space program series, the Future of Museums Hackathon was organized between 17-19th March in Italy, Venice. Our Qulto team is proud to have been participated the two-days brainstorming hosted by the brand new campus of Ca' Foscari Univeristy.