Data driven insights
with real time analytics
for cultural institutions
Dexibit detects onsite presence in the gallery
and blends this with data from digital channels,
the collection and even the weather outside
Detect onsite visitation plus zone activation, trails, dwell time and repeat attendance.
See a single visitor experience before, during and after the visit, over any channel.
Leverage location and indoor positioning to drive analytics and experience.
Stream or store high velocity big data from a variety of sources, then slice and dice.
Sync your collection and integrate disparate systems without worrying about migration.
Unlock new information and generate
innovative reports with creative visualizations.
Manage a single visitor identity and cater for visit management, together with retail.
Listen to visitor comments, track sentiment and use data to communicate internally.
Create recommendations, offers and loyalty with a personalized visitor check in.
92% of visitors
bring their mobile device when visiting arts, culture and heritage venues
predicted profit margin increase for venues exploiting analytics (McKinsey)
in the fastest growing bracket on Twitter, users aged 55 – 64 years.
70% use offers
for visitors shopping on their mobiles, utilising coupons and more
At Dexibit, we believe in an end to clicker counters, clip board surveys and copying into spreadsheets.
Our technology eliminates the need for manual data administration while enhancing insight and opening a world of innovative opportunity.More
Primary digital impact amongst cultural institutions (Digital Culture 2014):
Blog: The Data Diaries
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Angie Judge presents on The Museum and the Data Divide at MWXX Museums and the Web in Los Angeles,…July 11, 2016
This comprehensive guide to organizational design for musedata looks at the introduction of analytics into the museum’s structure as…July 4, 2016
The Museum Computer Network (MCN)’s Data & Insights Special Interest Group (SIG) pulled together a panel to discuss dashboards…June 8, 2016
Data is central to power and influence the theme of this year’s American Alliance of Museums in Washington, D.C….May 24, 2016
Dexibit insights explores survey, research and benchmarking data in the cultural sector. In this article, we investigate the results…February 14, 2016
Technology now provides the opportunity for enhanced insight, as we see beyond entry alone, revealing more about what visitors…January 17, 2016
From informed strategic decisions to creating competitive differentiation, there are many benefits to widespread adoption of analytics. But how…November 12, 2015
One in three cultural organizations cite inhouse confidence as a barrier to digital adoption. Dexibit provides thought leadership for cultural technology.
The future is a world of open data. Join with Dexibit to build a blueprint for an agile, innovative and connected museum, consisting of three openly published frameworks to support benchmarking and interoperability.
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