• CUSTOMER STORY

    Rijksmuseum

    • Digitizing masterpieces for the world to explore

      The Rijksmuseum is the first in the world to digitize its entire collection of masterpieces and historical artifacts, making them accessible to all while also preserving cultural heritage for future generations. The museum’s partnership with Dell Technologies is making it possible to achieve this monumental goal.

      Museums are often associated with a place, but the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is proving that in today’s era, a physical building is only part of the story. The museum is a key attraction for the millions of people who come to the Dutch capital each year. It welcomed 2.7 million visitors in 2019, who came to see some of the 1.1 million artifacts on show, including the world’s most extensive Rembrandt collection.

    • We’re aiming to achieve the same quality and experience as you would have visiting the museum itself. To do that, we’re pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.

      Rob Hendriks, Head of IT, Rijksmuseum
    • Connecting people, history and art

      The Rijksmuseum combines 800 years of Dutch art and history with a constant drive for innovation. By digitizing their entire collection of artwork and historical artifacts, they are able to restore their masterpieces and bring the collection to new global audiences online.

    Read more Show less
    • Customer: Rijksmuseum
      Industry: Media & Entertainment
      Location: Netherlands


    • This company participates in the Dell Technologies Customer Advocacy Program.