SKINsoft
Web-based applications for collection
management and publication
Product offer

SKINsoft has developed the latest-generation of collection management systems featuring state-of-the-art capabilities, performance and user-friendliness. All modules can be easily assembled together depending on your needs: they all communicate with each other and can all be accessed via the same interface.  

Innovative and scalable collections management and publication systems

Multilingual

Since its inception, SKINsoft has the ambition to provide the cultural world with modern, easy-to-use and complete collection management systems. Not only in France but also internationally. SKINsoft has been an active participant in international programs over the past years, including the Europeana Inside Project, as well as the SPECTRUM procedures (Collection Trust). Today the SKINsoft applications are compliant with international standards, and of course multilingual. Available today in several languages including English, German and Norwegian, they can easily be translated into any languages if needed.

Flexible and Interoperable

SKINsoft is well aware that cultural institutions may already be using a set of internal systems for managing every aspect of their daily activities. That is why all the applications by SKINsoft are open and easily interfaceable with third-party systems thanks to their technologies which natively features documented APIs. This allows a quick, easy and safe communication with other existing online software, mobile applications etc. Interoperability is a major aspect of SKINsoft's savoir-faire.

Multi-institution support

SKINsoft can provide one single application for managing the collections of several institutions at the same time while granting each of them an individual access to their own database. Thus, each institution remains independent and keeps their own work methods thanks to the system's flexibility, as well as the integrated configuration tools. This solution has for instance been implemented within the network of 25 museums operated by the French Ministry of Armed Forces.