The purpose of the system is to create catalogue records and to rationally manage collections of all types and sizes – historical, anthropological, ethnographic, natural science, art, literary, documentary, tourist, archival, library, photographic, etc.
It is a modular solution to all problems, related to the activities of your museum, gallery, library, archive, municipality or private collection. The system allows you to easily organize collection data; record, store and present valuable objects and materials; manage the work process, etc.
The product is easily accessible, comprehensible and secure. Its clear design, consistent interface and user-friendly menu will make your work much more efficient.
The cataloging systems saves all entered objects digitally and allows flexible configuration according to the needs of your collections.
The platform consists of two parts – administrative and public. Therefore, it could be used not only for managing and description, but also for presenting of objects, elements, events, places, dictionaries, and other materials to the wide public. The end result is a complex system with unlimited possibilities for further development.
Short overview of the functionalities of the system
In the digital catalogue you will find options for:
• adding, organization and managing of content – text and multimedia;
• creating relations between the elements;
• ordering the elements hierarchically;
• incorporating records in other records;
• presenting and placing the objects on a map;
• providing opportunities for collaboration between experts from different areas of expertise;
• providing opportunity for users to look at items, including an additional option for creating individual collections;
• determine the access of users with administrative rights;
• ranking, labeling, commenting;
• independent use of the administrative and the public part;
• integration with already existing web-site;
• and others.
The product, which we offer, has been developed on a high-quality software framework. The framework is web-based, which significantly simplifies its use and maintenance. Furthermore, all its components have proper license, so there is no need for you to spend money on other type of software.
With its cataloging system “NIT-New Internet Technologies” Ltd. created a standard for exploring and managing the Bulgarian collections. It will help those collections to gain popularity and to strengthen their significance.
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The Need Of a New System
The museums are the only institutions, which collect, store, and expose objects with historical, cultural, and scientific significance. Their work is exceptionally valuable, although not an easy one. The huge amount of data should be captured and systemized.
At “NIT-New Internet Technologies” we invented a multifunctional system for creating catalogue records, which could be further developed according to the individual needs of our clients.
Standards and Technical Specifications
The cataloging system, which we offer, has been created on the basis of already approved and successful criteria and specifications for developing different types of collections.
Cataloging System For Museums
The contemporary museums are facing a number of challenges. Every day they need to coordinate and carry out different activities – from registering new objects, through documenting and administering collections and exhibitions, to managing the work process. All these tasks could be automated with the help of the cataloging system.
Cataloging System For Galleries
The main activity of the galleries is the organization of thematic exhibitions. This is a difficult task, which requires time, specific knowledge, and other resources. A certain number of people are responsible for the completion of this task and their activities also need to be planned. A new, more effective managing system is needed. Therefore, we developed an information system for cataloging with the purpose to optimize the work processes in the galleries.
Cataloging System For Libraries
The first libraries have been discovered in temple rooms in Sumer (around 2600 BC). No matter how much they have changed since then, they continue to carry out the same function, namely, to preserve collected sources of information. The gathering and the storing of those resources require adequate methods and proper organization, which could be facilitated by our cataloging system.