A practical, easy to use, and multi-faceted application. MINT will allow your organization to house all of its assets under one roof.
M3 is one of the world's top cultural asset management applications. Built for all types of museums, galleries, and collections.
Integrated accessions and multi-level description application with modules to manage all aspects of archives.
Integrated Library System including modules for acquisitions, catalogue, serials, circulation, and OPAC (Online Public Access).
A complete digital asset management application to ingest, preserve, convert, and access digital products.
As a leader in database management for over 40 years, we have the expertise to securely manage your collection for the long term. Whether you have archival, museum, or library holdings, or a combinations of all 3, we have a solution that will work for your unique needs.
Unlike other solutions, all of our software runs on the MINISIS core database engine which uses a unique markup language. This keeps it safe from hackers targeting more common languages, and allows us to create custom solutions as required.
Share your collection with the world while keeping it secure & easy to manage. Our hosted solutions on the MS Azure Platform allow for redundant system availability without any need for local management. Enjoy the freedom to focus on your daily work activities and not IM/IT.
We are familiar with guiding clients through the process of bringing a collection online for the first time as well as integrating a new collection into an existing website. Having both development and design services in-house allows us to keep costs low and deliver projects quickly.
As a MINISIS client you will have access to our log in area where you can find video tutorials, industry resources, events, and a full client support system. This system allows you to easily contact us using our ticketing system and communicate with other clients as well.
A diverse collection of software tools from the database layer to the web presentation layer to show off content found inside the database management system. The DBMS tool allows users to take advantage of the COTS (customizable off the shelf) applications to manage any type of record with specialized functionality for a wide variety of industries.
If you cannot go outside and visit a nearby indigenous community, or an indigenous event or reserve, there is still plenty to do online! Why not review artefacts, books and archives at the Cree Cultural Institute? Or, go to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s archived web site to read about the Indian Residential School (IRS) System and the findings of the Commission. Or, perhaps research IRS documents, videos and images in one of Canada’s largest, coast to coast to coast digital archives at the NCTR. Review the findings of years of research and hearings into the Indian Residential School System, that the Canadian government supported from the 1800s to late 1900s. See if you can find the actual start and actual end dates to the IRS (Hint: at the NCTR, there is an interactive timeline under the map! The answer may surprise you.). Let everyone, indigenous or non-indigenous, take the time to explore how all of our cultures and languages have been interlinking and shared! Take the time to ask questions, and realize we are not so different . Learn where words like “kayak”, “igloo”, “caribou”, “chipmunk” or “muskeg” come from. Again, open the dialogue, do what you can to learn more about indigenous peoples and communities. With knowledge and respect we can ensure there is a united powerful future for all of us in our “Kanata”. (…And hey, don’t stop there, review information on the Ngai Tahu indigenous peoples of New Zealand and other indigenous collections at the University of Canterbury and Otago University. Let’s celebrate our differences and cherish our similarities!
Heading to New Orleans in June? Then be certain to visit our booth (#3718), at the American Libraries Association’s 2018 annual conference. If you would like to schedule an appointment with our staff, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line : “ALA2018 appointment request”. We also look forward to visiting with one of our oldest clients, (and check them out if you are in the big easy or even online today!) the Historic New Orleans Collection (www.hnoc.org)
Wondering about what to do with your digital assets? How to manage them? How to preserve them? You may be interested in an online webinar being delivered to the Council of State Archivists by one of the most knowledgeable and practical experts on Trusted Digital Repositories and Archives, Marisa Villeneuve Bruhns of MITLL. The following link will lead you to the free registration page.
Check out the updated collections homepage for the Adler Planetarium! Users can now browse a set of featured objects, as well as a series of featured collections like telescopes, historic photographs, and globes.
Are you new to advanced querying? Watch our quick intro to boolean operators to learn more about these powerful search tools!
The LMA recently launched a new updated online catalogue with the help of the team here at MINISIS ... Read more here