The CrossCult platform aims to serve both organizations and individuals in offering, obtaining and interpreting cultural, educational and touristic information. The technological tools that we develop can be integrated into the activities of businesses, institutions and more in order to enhance the experience of all. Five key sectors of the economy are being closely analysed to gain a better understanding of specific organisations that can benefit and use CrossCult services into their ICT plans.
We have conducted several surveys to identify potential market interests. Know more about their thoughts regarding CrossCult and how to join our business activity program in this section. Crosscult conducted recently a survey within 5.000 european and abroad institutions. We will publish soon its main findings.
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Héctor del Barrio, Héctor del Barrio, the Director of Dissemination in the Management of State Museums, a part of the Ministry of Culture of Spain:
¨What we seek from projects such as CrossCult (or one in which we like) is to serve, help and reach the citizen, the person who solicits this information, these services, and who wishes to access the museum in all of its various aspects. As museums, we owe it to society and must provide an answer to these needs.”
Noelia Ibañez, Director of Analysis and Statistics at The National Museum of Prado:
“CrossCult is [also] related with the public profile, with the qualitative part regarding service quality, with the sociodemographic profile, etc. I would like for it to facilitate a forum for reflection prior to making certain decisions.”
Albert Sierra, Director of New Technologies and Innovative Projects in the Catalan Agency of Cultural Heritage:
“In talking about web semantics, we always find ourselves on an elevated level. However, I see in CrossCult a grounded method [to apply the tenets of web semantics] that could provide applicable results to the projects that we develop.”
Ana Álvarez, Director of the Web and New Mediums for the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum:
“Technology can help us during the visit. When we provide content to the users, we search for related proposals, to allow them to discover other content and change their path, providing them with this sensation of “discovery”.”