Founded in 2015, ARTERNAL, based in USA & Canada, was the first technology company to focus exclusively on bringing Client Relationship Management (CRM) technology to the art world. Evolving over the years, ARTERNAL is now an all-in-one platform providing Revenue & Relationship Management, Inventory Management, Productivity and Workflow tools for art dealers, art gallery owners, and their staff within one consolidated platform.
Sean Green and his co-founders, Steve Miller, and Raymond Nguyen created ARTERNAL with the art dealer's experience and needs in mind. Their idea was simple, instead of working via multiple formats and platforms, provide a unified resource that allows the art professional to focus on what they do best - sell art and deepen relationships with their clients. They understood that driving sales, while simultaneously nurturing relationships, are the top priority.
Automation across inventory, contact, and email within a connected system.
Tracks client engagement within rich contact profiles, allowing you to buld better relationships.
Our analytics allow our users to better prioritize business decisions.
With a team that has over 20+ years experience in being involved in the art world, we have heard problems countless art professionals' face when running their businesses. From there, we've realized the need for a platform that truly meets their needs as the art industry takes huge steps into a digital transformation.
ARTERNAL is built through conversations with gallerists, collectors, curators, and everyone in-between.
ALWAYS ON THE BLEEDING EDGE
With our world class in-house engineering team, we release new features multiple times a month dependant on the needs of our users and the art market. Continuously providing our users what they need to flourish their business.
REACHING NEW HEIGHTS
Despite the art world drastically changing, the operations have not. Tasks have been left to memory, pen and paper, and siloed systems. Due to the lack of innovation at the core of a business process, results in:
Hours wasted on low-value tasks,
Slow moving conversations through out the art fair process
Weak relationship due to content-poor profiles
Multiple opportunities missed due to not having deep insights