Our datamuse product was developed in Australia and increases the efficiency and revenue generating abilities of performing arts companies.
datamuse is a web based data management software system designed to manage company's stakeholders, linking them to events, donations, ticket purchases and marketing campaigns. The system creates and maintains a history of the company's events and stakeholder relationships. This rich data bank may be mined to increase your company's ability to tap its niche markets and maintain organisational relationships.
datamuse provides arts workers with a customer focused, user friendly way to manage the work flows and data between artistic, marketing, fundraising and operational staff.
The software assists in the management, reporting and use of commonly used data, including data on memberships, prospects, sales, donations, events and programmes by providing a range of user friendly interfaces to enter, classify, maintain and report organisational information.
datamuse improves productivity throughout the organisation by reducing data entry through the use of a common data store, providing systematic flows of data through the organisation and tools for staff to carry out common work tasks.
Current datamuse features sets include:
Data mine and utilise a comprehensive set of historical sales data. While datamuse is not a ticketing system it accepts ticketing data as a valuable source of transactional data about the customer. Most ticketing data needs to undergo some form of cleaning before it is loaded into the datamuse system.
artadata software provides a number of add-on services to support datamuse including the transformation, cleaning and bulk loading of data from ticketing agencies and existing corporate data sources.
subscription sales screen
person correspondence screen
Fundraising campaign management including issuing ask letters, processing donations, issuing acknowledgement receipts and reporting to the register of cultural charities.
person donation screen
Invitation management including invitation production, RSVP management, historical records of accepts, declines and no shows.
invitation management screen
Tour management, including hotel, flight, personnel and carnet management.
tour accommodation screen
Event management including Works to be performed, Artists performing, Subscription series packaging, Ticket Prices and Booking Methods. This information can then be used to display Events on external web sites, planning for future events, historical reporting, etc.
program's works screen
Support & Training
artadata software provides an expert datamuse user for initial user training and ongoing user support.
If required, artadata software can provide data migration services from a variety of legacy systems.
The system is designed using the latest Microsoft .net technologies to ensure scalability, robustness, reliability and longevity.
The system's architecture, built with .net technology and utilising SQL server, ensures that your data investment is not on a declining or obscure technology platform.
Web-based applications have grown in popularity due to increased familiarity with web browsing, ease of maintenance and the growing supply of tools to build such applications. Web-based applications are now the fastest growing technology used in the software development market.
Hardware and Software Requirements
The datamuse software is provided as an online subscription service from our hosting partner, Web Central, Australia's largest web and application hosting provider.
You may access the online datamuse application through your web browser anywhere and anytime you can connect to the Internet.
Downloadable reports in Word and PDF formats are provided as well as data sets in Excel format.
If your organisation is interested in subscribing to the datamuse software - contact us at artadata software by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for a detailed information pack.
The detailed information pack includes a full list of the system features, real-world screen shots and report examples, and a detailed breakdown of the fees associated with subscribing.