Altru Ė The One-Stop Solution Thatís Raising the Standard for Museum Software

Stop juggling multiple databases and manage your museumís ticketing, donations, events, sales and financials with one technology solution.

Have you ever wished you could consolidate every piece of information your organization needs in one place? Merge your CRM with point-of-sale data? Get event invitations into the right hands every time? Take your museum management to the next level?


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Altru does it all

Get a 360° view of your museum development
Put all of your data in one place and get a snapshot of where your museum has been, and where it is going.

Cultivate relationships with ease
Use customizable forms to facilitate online memberships, donations, ticketing, gift shop sales and more.

Utilize metrics in a whole new way
Advanced segmenting tools allow you to analyze all of your statistics simultaneously and tailor programs and exhibits to boost attendance.

Communicate more efficiently
Manage multiple contact lists for members, donors, visitors and stakeholders, so you can get each message into the right hands.

Access information when and how you need it
Altruís innovative web-based platform offers unprecedented flexibility, so you can make better use of your staff and your museumís technology budget.

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Being able to see the general visitorship, how they interact, and how we can use that in the development office is one of the biggest benefits for me. Altru is a great merging of front-house data and back-house data..
- Will Cary, Director of Membership, Portland Museum of Art