The Vernon CMS has already brought a better and clearer understanding of our collections, and what areas the museum still needs to allocate time to improving.
Cambridge, 24.1.2019, Alex von der Becke Vernon Systems exhibited at the 5th annual SHARE/UCM Collections Care Conference. The theme of the conference was “Coping with managing your stuff!”. This covered different aspects, such as choosing an appropriate CMS to catalogue your collection, interesting projects involving large numbers of volunteers to input data and finally also easier ways of generating condition reports. Gordon McKenna, Standard Manager of the Collections Trust, on the theme of ‘Compliant Systems’ Gordon provided an overview of
We are excited to release Busy Bellbird, version 12.0 of Vernon CMS. Busy Bellbird includes User Interface changes for ease of use, including bigger buttons, one-click options on the Navigator, and changes to Quick Search. Busy Bellbird introduces a new tool for bulk updating fields, and a number of minor enhancements and changes to existing functionality.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to fill out our Museum Collection Data Survey for 2018. We have never had as many participants, with 116 responses
The two parts of our collections are much better integrated; we have an excellent web browser that’s the envy of many of our immediate sector peers and my team have been consistently impressed by the technical and customer support from the Vernon team. It has absolutely been worth it even it wasn’t always pain-free.