That’s not such an easy thing to answer. Let us explain why. I was at Museums and the Web 2015, commiserating with staff from a few small museums who didn't have a way to sell tickets online. A speaker mentioned that their (major) museum sold tickets using Tessitura. The person next to me (from a small art museum with no ticketing) asked me how to spell it as she wrote it down. It struck me how much museums rely on each other’s technology choices, and how easily such reliance is formed.
Do you work for a museum or gallery that employs fewer than about 25 people? Are you feeling a little cramped with your website software? Maybe it doesn't support the kind of things you need to tell people? Or it makes you do a lot of work? Or it doesn't connect to important things like your collection? We'd like to talk to you.
Ben Evans works for venture capital firm Andreesen-Horowitz and writes about technology futures.
His "Mobile Is Eating The World" presentation (which he updates every year), remains fascinating because – even though we don't think of mobiles as a new technology anymore – their increasing market penetration enables all kinds of other trends.