Chengdu City in China’s Sichuan Province is famed as the capital of Shu during China’s Three Kingdoms era—referring to the kingdoms of Wei, Wu, and Shu. The area is rich in historical heritage sites, while the local economy has also been energized as a focal city in the ongoing wave of China Western Development.
The Jinsha Site Museum is a facility erected on the remains of human activity from around 3,000 years ago. It is noted for displays of items such as the Golden Sun Bird, masks, and other relics excavated there during the Yin-Zhou period. The museum also furnishes the unique touch of access to an excavation site in much its original form.
For this project targeting the Jinsha Site Museum, a leading museum in Chengdu, intra-mart was successfully mobilized to introduce the Museum Integrated Management System. This paved the way to improvements in the operational process involved in the actual displays, which resulted in solid contributions to enhancing visitor satisfaction and raising the efficiency of business functions within the museum.
Company’s challenge was to compile records concerning the individual exhibit items and improvements in visitor services by providing simple online solution to access specific exhibitions.
The speedy and low cost Museum Integrated Management System was built by adopting intra-mart as a platform due to:
- Low Code with high flexibility
- Ability to record exhibit contents, managing the documents involved and other tasks in controlled manner
- Building and Launching a prototype in very quick timeframe
The benefits achieved by building Museum Integrated Management system to enhance business efficiency were:
- Lead time was reduced by 2 weeks for web publishing
- Enabled to manage and share information from one source of integrated materials
- Enabled to create virtual exhibition on website has improved the visitor services