Dallas Museum of Art, Pariveda Team up on App

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The Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas-based Pariveda Solutions Inc. have launched a mobile application for the museum intended to enhance visitor experience.

According to a press release, the DMA app is available free on iOS devices, and it will allow users to browse and locate works of art in the museum’s collection and current exhibitions.

MUSEUM’S APP WILL HAVE A GALLERY PREVIEW

It also will allow users to explore programs being offered at the DMA, and has an interactive map of the DMA that contains points of interest and gallery preview.

The app was created as part of Pariveda Solutions’ Summer Internship Program, the release said. It’s the sixth time the Pariveda has partnered with a North Texas nonprofit in the program.

Interns in the Pariveda program learn the inner workings of being a consultant, the release said.

“With more people accessing information via their mobile phones, this new application makes accessing information about the DMA easy for their more than 700,000 annual visitors.”
Allison Grindle

“Partnering with the DMA allowed the Pariveda interns to experience working with a great organization in our Dallas Community,” Intern Project Manager Allison Grindle said in the release. “With more people accessing information via their mobile phones, this new application makes accessing information about the DMA easy for their more than 700,000 annual visitors.”

Shyam Oberoi, director of technology an digital media at the DMA called it an “extraordinary collaboration” to create the app.

“The DMA was able to leverage both our technical infrastructure as well as the dedicated work of diverse staff from all across the organization including IT, Creative Services, Curatorial, Communications and Marketing, Education, Development, and Visitor Services,” Oberoi said.

Pariveda Solutions is a management consultant firm that provides strategic consulting services and custom application development solutions for mobile devices, cloud computing, data portals and collaboration, CRM, custom software, enterprise integration, and user experience. 

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Two visitors read about the painting “Untitled: Red and Purple Prisons,” by American artist Peter Halley at the Dallas Museum of Art. Photo by Lance Murray

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The solid silver Wittgenstein Virtue is on display at the Dallas Museum of Art. Photo by Lance Murray

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A new app will help you enjoy your experience at the Dallas Museum of Art. Photo by Lance Murray



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