BRAHMS for museum management

Key features

  • Manage small and large collections. The largest single database has over 5 million specimen records.
  • Networked access allows multiple users to add and edit data simultaneously.
  • Store data for any registered category of specimen, boxes, herbarium sheets, spirit material, DNA samples, xylarium, etc. Store one to many physical specimens per collection.
  • Add project specific fields to your database structure if these are not included by default.
  • Each specimen may have one to many determinations, an accession number and/or barcode, type status and specimen level notes.
  • Link images to specimens (physical image files or media library URLs).
  • Design reporting templates for lists, loan forms, labels and determination slips.
  • Optimize specimen data capture using the tried and tested Rapid Data Entry module.
  • Import specimen data donated from other databases and websites.
  • Use specimen data to develop checklists and analyse diversity for differently scaled areas.
  • Map geo-referenced collections to show distribution by species or any other queried dataset.
  • Publish specimen details with images online.