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Museums

Museums perform a vital role in protecting the world’s cultural heritage, preserving and curating precious artefacts for public access and enlightenment.

We’re proud to support such important institutions, and constantly innovate our technology to help museums operate in a digital world and share their knowledge with researchers and the public.

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How our museum solutions work for you

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Multidiscipline

Manage all types of collections

Whether you have a niche collection or a collection that encompasses many disciplines, we have software that will help you manage, catalogue and share the full range of collections types.

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Standards compliant

Manage and organize your collections to international museum standards

Manage all your collections data to industry standards. Whether cataloguing, managing locations and movements, or managing object conditions, our solutions adhere to industry best practice.

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Serve the public

Manage public access and research requests

Publish your collections online to enable public searching and browsing and effectively serve requests for information from the public and researchers.

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Museums that we work with

Our solutions for museums

What our museum customers say about us

We’ve found it a really positive working relationship. Axiell is really open to customizing things, working through issues and thinking of new ways of doing things that is really beneficial for us. We are often trying to do things or set up things in a different sort of way and they’ve been really open to doing that with us over the years.

Fiona Moorhead Interview Museum of New Zealand
Fiona Moorhead, Collections Information System Manager Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

[You can] take all these disparate, divided groups of data you have in all sorts of different formats at your institution and bring them together so that staff and users, whether scientific researchers or high school students or whomever, would be able to have access.

Melissa Bechhoefer Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Our ability now to be online and to have people access our collection in that way to complete research is really helping us to fulfil the mission to the public.

Wintherthur museum interview
Paula Destefano, Winterthur Museum, Gallery & Garden Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library

Customer stories about museums

Denver science interview

Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Melissa Bechhoefer, Anthropology Collections Manager & NAGPRA coordinator; Sam Schiller, Archivist

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NY botanical interview

New York Botanical Garden

Barbara Thiers, Director of the William and Lynda Steere Herbarium  

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Imperial War Museums

Rosie Forrest, Collections Systems Manager, Imperial War Museums  

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