Document every facet of your history collections with TMS Collections
Charting the lineage and interconnectivity of each object in your history collection calls for a robust collections management system. Manage your growing inventory with a scalable, web-based software that facilitates the digitization of immense data quantities, ensuring that records include standardized industry classification and rich historical detail.
Create detailed records with versatile, customizable fields for dates, names, numbering, and other integral data
Track the provenance of each of your history collection's objects by linking records to specific individuals and historic events
Standardize the cataloguing of your history collections with Chenall’s Nomenclature using the TMS Thesaurus Manager
Utilize our multilingual, Unicode-compliant software to document your data in all modern languages
Catalogue objects down to the component level, for superior organization, internal tracking, and conservation support
Make use of flexible modules, including Sites and Events, to meticulously enrich your records with historical context
Features to manage your history collections
Historical items view
Catalogue collection objects using an incredible amount of detail with flexible input fields, including historical dates and custom notes.
Input your history collection’s object data in any modern language using our Unicode-enabled software.
View detailed notes on each object’s conservation status, including annotated images to show damaged areas or completed treatments.
Facilitate conservation care and internal tracking by cataloguing each historical object by its components.
Using TMS helps us perform better queries in more than 10,000 entries. We constantly improve our workflows and gradually set better work standards—more digital, less paper, and less external files. We digitize our archive materials and have better control over all our data, both digital and physical.
Hamutal Gabayev, Registrar and TMS Administrator, Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem