Our annual Australasian user group meetings were a great success in September. Queensland Museum hosted the Australian meeting, while the New Zealand meeting was held in an Auckland conference centre. 23 people from around Australia attended the Brisbane User Group meeting on September 10th/11th. Kate showed the new features in Vernon CMS 8.0. Paul gave presentations on digital asset management (DAM) features in Vernon CMS, how Vernon CMS can integrate with 3rd party DAMs, and online collection projects we have
Press Release: Murwillumbah a ‘unique’ cultural hub after museum opens Hundreds celebrate museum expansion
September 2014 Staff News Sandeep Kaur joins Vernon Systems In June 2014 Sandeep joined Vernon Systems as our Office Manager. We’re pleased to have her in our team. Sandeep moved to New Zealand in 2007 to further her studies, completing a Bachelor of Business in Accounting & Finance at Unitec in 2012. She started her career with a mid–tier accounting firm in Auckland where she did volunteer work while studying. From 2012 – January 2014 she worked as an Associate
With renovated facilities and improved access to the collection, the Gold Museum is heading into another golden age. The updated website, with the Gold Museum’s entire 65,000 item collection, went live in August 2013. Since the launch visitor numbers have significantly increased, averaging over 200 hits per day. The best day saw 1358 hits. Also, through eHive (Vernon System’s hosted museum software) the Gold Museum’s published objects are automatically included in Trove, National Library of Australia’s online archive, expanding the
Pili Foss Mitchell, Interaction Consortium With extensive collections, busy events schedules and a focus on exceptional visitor experience, museums and galleries have a lot of moving parts to manage. The fact that these parts are usually handled by different software can further complicate matters, significantly monopolising staff time and resources. Choosing technology that is built to integrate with other systems is often the solution to keep museum technology united and harmonious.