The Museum System Helps You Expertly Manage Your Collection

The Museum System (TMS) is the world’s leading collection management software, handling every facet of collections both large and small, from objects and exhibitions to insurance policies, shipping activities, and more.

Support all your organization’s collection management activities

Join the TMS community of over 800 institutions worldwide, and achieve unsurpassed access, knowledge and control of your collections. This powerful tool will help make your collections more manageable for your organization and more relevant to your community. With TMS, you have the option to access eMuseum, a web-based application that integrates seamlessly with TMS to dynamically publish information to your website, intranet, and kiosks.

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    I’m here, but my database is there; Accessing TMS when you’re away from your home base

    A message from Gallery Systems,
    by Sheena Archer, April 5th, 2016

    Between off-site visits, courier trips, and after-hours projects, there are a lot of reasons users can benefit from remote access to TMS on a smartphone or tablet.

    Connecting to TMS on your mobile device is a […]

    Read more at the Gallery Systems website

    Collective Conversation with Erin Narloch

    It’s a Wrap: Collective Imagination 2016

    A message from Gallery Systems,
    by Sheena Archer, April 25th, 2016

    Last week, Gallery Systems welcomed over 150 attendees for our 7th Collective Imagination Conference. We hosted CI 2016 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, with sessions ranging from topics such as […]

    Read more at the Gallery Systems website

    TMS Conservation Studio Now Available

    A message from Gallery Systems,
    by Sheena Archer, May 3rd, 2016

    Gallery Systems is pleased to announce the release of TMS Conservation Studio, a web-based tool that supports conservators by providing a workspace where all conservation object and project information is consolidated, linked, streamlined and managed.

    “Conservation […]

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    TMS Brochure

    About TMS

    Take an in-depth look at TMS’s modules, features, services, system requirements and more. See what the world’s premier collection management software can do for you.


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    TMS at IARC

    The Indian Arts Research Center wanted to equip its small staff with the right collections management tools to manage their large collection. TMS helped them better reach their communities.

    Read more at Gallery Systems website

    Multilingual Functionality in TMS

    TMS Delivers Multilingual Functionality

    View a quick slideshow presentation to see how simple it is to use TMS in 22 languages. TMS includes a multilingual thesaurus.


    What The Museum System Users Say

    “TMS is very flexible system allowing us to effectively and efficiently manage all the many different collections on display at Temple Newsam House as part of the Leeds Museums and Galleries collections.”
    - Jen Kaines, Registrar and Collections Manager, Leeds Museums and Galleries
    “TMS and eMuseum provides a dynamic platform, which enables us to have art registration and communication as one procedure.”
    - Morten Nybo, Project Manager, Danish Agency for Culture
    “I’m always proud to tell a colleague that we use TMS for our catalogue raisonné. TMS makes me feel confident that we have a system that is reliable, which we don’t have to worry about. It has made my job a lot easier.”
    - Andrea Liguori, Managing Director, The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation
    “Museum are the foundation of the management of our collection. With the help of TMS, we can extend our information to the public and internal staff alike.”
    - Lenn Nunn, Head of Information Systems, National Gallery, London