What is Qulto?

Qulto® is the essence of our two-decade 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 opennessnetworks and cooperation.

The members of our corporate group (Qulto Companies) together with our partners are proficient in different professional specialties, thus as a network we 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
26/09/2019
Simon András és Szabó Attila cikke a TMT 2019 7-8. számában
Body&Mind meeting in Crete
Body&Mind meeting in Crete
Body&Mind meeting in Crete
27/05/2019
As the next milestone of the Body&Mind project, Qulto colleagues met our project partners in person for the third time May 6-7.
Annual Qulto Professional Day 2018
Annual Qulto Professional Day 2018
Annual Qulto Professional Day 2018
14/11/2018
Our Annual Qulto Professional Day will be held on 5 December (Wednesday) from 10am in the Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library (1088 Budapest, Szabó Ervin tér 1.).
Gül Baba Turbe Reopened
Gül Baba Turbe Reopened
Gül Baba Turbe Reopened
12/10/2018
On 9th October 2018 Gül Baba Turbe was reopened in Budapest, Hungary with the participation of a Turkish and a Hungarian delegation. The project is an example of unique cultural cooperation between Hungarians and Turks.
Marketing of Roman pottery: economic relationships between local and imported products
Marketing of Roman pottery: economic relationships between local and imported products
Marketing of Roman pottery: economic relationships between local and imported products
04/10/2018
Qulto representatives joined the 31 RCRF Congress: Rei Craetariae Romanae Fautores in Cluj-Napoca to discuss the topic of economic life of the Roman Empire reflected in the interaction of pottery imports and local developments with professionals from the field.

Latest Blog Posts
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Qulto Digital
Qulto Digital
21/12/2020
Digital is the second level of the Qulto ecosystem, which helps all cultural institutions in the process of digitizing 2D, 3D objects, managing and service files and data in a standard system.
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Qulto Manage
Qulto Manage
07/12/2020
Qulto Manage not only relates to the management of the institution, but also to the collections, documentations, information and various contents. It is the first and basic stage of building and implementing the Qulto Ecosystem with an institution.
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Explore CMBN – your personal guide to the museum
Explore CMBN – your personal guide to the museum
19/10/2020
Museums around the world are taking steps further towards enriching the experience of visiting the exhibits, through meaningful information and elements of interactions. This was also the wish of the Bistrita Museum Complex, in Romania, that turned to our company for designing a way to take the visit to their museum to the next level.