The Qulto Museum museum catalogue system grew out of the Qulto Library system, benefiting from the library field’s by then well-established standardisation efforts and our company’s many years of experience in library database data migration.
The primary objective of Qulto Museum is to provide software support for the recording of cultural assets held, managed or owned by museums, and to replace paper-based repositories. At the same time, beyond recording, it supports preservationa and multilingual re-use of further knowledge about these cultural objects .
The very first Qulto Museum system was implemented by the Petőfi Literary Museum in January 2009, and professional cooperation with the institution has continued ever since. With the involvement of other professional partners, the range of supported materials has gradually expanded, and from version 2 onwards, standard museum forms, inventory cards and reports are available. The customisable museum forms – in additon to the fields defined in the NKÖM Regulation 20/2002 – include items to support researchers’ professional work.
The range of available functions is constantly expanding, taking into account the needs and suggestions of both local clients and users from abroad.
- records (acquisition, main collections, sub-collections, cabinet cadasters , inventories of duplicates)
- searches, browsing
- built-in media management
- management of subject lists
- generating inventory cards
- generating reports (inventory books, acquisition log, movement log, individual statements)
- multilingual support
- manifold rights management
Start and end date of development
Qulto Museum 2008-
Applied Qulto component(s)
Applied Qulto product(s)
connected to Discovery OPAC