Artifax Software Limited0044 (0)1372 587587 View website
17a West Street,
Artifax is known around the world as a leading provider of administrative software to the arts for concert halls and theatres, museums and galleries, public and educational facilities and conference centres. The company is well known for creating quality software that is simple to use, yet flexible.
We are justifiably proud of our reputation for providing excellent support services. All our support staff are highly skilled and trained and many of them have come to work at Artifax with backgrounds in our core markets. Accordingly, our customers can be sure that we will understand their problems just as well as the computer systems they are using and we will be able to work with them to find a solution that works in the real world that they live in.
Museums and galleries represent a significant proportion of Artifax Event clients with software usage covering tour management, education, statistical reporting and conference and banqueting. Noteworthy and long established Artifax Event users include:
Flexibility and interoperability are core elements of the central events management solution that Artifax Event provides. Most screens can be customised by the end users to store any amount of specific and unique event information required and these customisations can be updated at any time without the loss of historical data. In this way, Artifax Event offers the ability to respond to shifts in activities, vernacular, procedures and/or services that are a regular part of doing business in today’s environment. To accommodate still more alterations or expanded usage, Artifax Event integrates with any open relational database-based system, allowing for any diverse and complementary systems that the organisation uses – such as financial/accounting, ticketing/admissions, development/fundraising and speciality software – to operate together. The resulting exchange of data establishes the framework necessary to build a complete portrait of the organisation’s operations whilst addressing the requirement to maintain an agile centralised events system.