6 Tips to Start Planning Your Company’s Anniversary

MLT Creative

Your company’s anniversary is coming up, and you’ve been thinking about how to showcase your unique history. Here are some considerations to help you start planning your celebration. 1. WHAT STORIES ARE WORTH TELLING? Sometimes, these answers are obvious. Yes, definitely include that time NASA …

Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Museum CMS

HAI

Our free report will help you develop a strategy and avoid common pitfalls in the software selection process. Museums, art galleries, historical societies, universities, cultural institutions, and private collectors need to keep track of the collections in their care, and most of them do so …

Archives Business Case Study

HAI

Developing an archival program can often be a daunting task—especially when the concept of “archives” is often equated with “storing old files.” Download our report now to learn how an archival program can provide a favorable return on investment for your company. Properly managed, archives …

Selecting a Cloud-Based Museum Collections Management System

HAI

If you are considering a cloud-based system, here are 5 major areas to consider… Thinking about using the cloud? There are a growing number of cloud-based collections management software (CMS) solutions available to museums and collecting organizations. Most of these products operate on a “Software …

Found Money: A Business Case for an Off-Site Records Storage Audit

HAI

Could you save money in off-site storage fees? In this free guide, learn the benefits of conducting an off-site storage audit and see how one company was able to realize significant savings. Download our free guide “Found Money: A Business Case for an Off-Site Records …

Writing a Corporate History: The HAI Approach

HAI

What can you expect when hiring a professional historian to write your company history? This short paper describes our process. At HAI, we believe that good history is something of an art—it takes creativity as well as careful study to meld seemingly unrelated events into …