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Gallery Systems Webinar Series

Upgrading TMS: Where Do I Start?

Find out what is involved in upgrading your database to the latest version of TMS. This webinar will cover: verifying prerequisites, steps involved in the upgrade (scripts, installation, updates, etc.), as well as the folder structure of the upgrade files.

Upgrading TMS: Where Do I Start? Webinar

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 | 11:30 AM EDT

Call for Presentations

Tell your story at Collective Imagination 2020 in Washington, D.C. and attend the premier international collections management conference for free.

Client Support

Client Support

Gallery Systems Community

Log in to the Community to submit support requests, find answers to product questions, watch webinars, and access installation and upgrade packages.

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Customer support for museums

Introducing SupportPlus

Need some help to make you more efficient? Add a Gallery Systems expert to your collections care team. SupportPlus is a premium-level service plan that’s designed to meet your needs: custom Crystal Reports, special TMS List Views, one-on-one WebEx training, migrating databases, upgrading your software, and more. Login to the Gallery Systems Community to get the details.

TMS and EmbARK Training

Collections Management Training

Register for Our Upcoming Training Sessions

Take advantage of valuable insights and connections to further your collections management knowledge. Visit our training page to learn about our TMS and EmbARK training offerings, and take your career to the next level.

Recorded Webinars

Collections Management Webinars

Access Our Webinar Library

Leverage our library of recorded webinars covering a wide range of topics from TMS training, to new features and products, to best practice deep dives hosted by Gallery Systems clients. Login to the Gallery Systems Community to start learning.

Get Inspired by TMS Projects! Read our Collections Management Case Studies.


Illuminating the Archives M+, a new museum in Hong Kong's West Kowloon Cultural District, has set out to become one of the world's largest museums of modern and contemporary visual culture and has spent the last several years collecting objects [...]