lookat.me™ for cultural collections
Looking to address your institution’s preservation and cultural heritage requirements?
In strategizing and developing a lookat.me™ solution, we can help you manage:
- your archive catalogue and metadata
- your digital masters and derivatives
- your business process management (BPM) for tracking any workflow – acquisition, accessioning, cataloguing, digitisation, preservation
- creative rights
Yes: We can even help you commercialize.
At me™ we focus on creating partnerships with museum professionals and to refining and developing their systems, in order that the institution may enhance access, visibility and community engagement; plus develop and maximise the value of its heritage collection and better manage its resources.
Committed to compliance of industry standards, and as an innovative digital asset management (DAM) company, me™ is a:
- California Association of Museums Business Associate
- American Association of Museums Member
- Museum Association (UK)
- Adobe Solution Partner
And learning from our engagements with major cultural institutions, where we have developed the strategy, business case and/or implemented the lookat.me™ digital asset management (DAM) solution per the following examples:
One library stated that its project ‘delivered a sustainable and extensible software platform for management of web content, digital assets, business processes and archival collections’.
In its business case to its board a museum presented that it needed to deliver upon its strategic directions to: ‘Enhance access, visibility and community engagement; develop and maximize the value of our heritage collection; and manage our resources’.
And so, why me? Read on in the following example case studies that elaborate on how me™ partnered with two major cultural institutions; implementing lookat.me™ DAM solutions; enabling them to achieve and deliver upon their business objectives.
Rus Littleson talks to museum and gallery professionals about lookat.me at the National Gallery of Australia, 2009