No, collections management software can be used by many collecting institutions such as archives, libraries and galleries. Private collectors and artist foundations also use collections management software solutions.
TMS Collections supports all collection types including art, natural history, history, archeology/anthropology, air and space, military, archives, library collections management, and many more.
TMS Collections is a sophisticated, easy-to-use relational database application designed specifically for collections, content, media, exhibition, and loan management. TMS Collections is comprised of interrelated modules, with supporting functionality for entering and tracking all collections data and management activities.
Licensing is based on the number of concurrent user licenses needed for collections management by the museum. Clients can choose an annual licensing model or a monthly SaaS model depending on what best fits their budget.
With TMS Collections, it does not matter if you have a Windows or Mac computer, as our software is a web-based solution that will work on any operating systems as long as you have a web browser and an internet connection.
Our collections management software is priced on how many concurrent users you have. Please visit our contact page to get in touch with one of our Account Managers who can help understand your needs and customize a quote for your organization.
You can choose to have Gallery Systems Managed Hosting provide browser-based access to TMS Collections for you, or you can provide your own IT infrastructure and host it on your premises.
Gallery Systems provides data migration services and has completed hundreds of successful data migrations from most collections management software offerings on the market.
The TMS Suite is an ecosystem of products designed to support collections management needs in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible. The TMS Suite includes the core collections management software of TMS Collections, and integrates that functionality with applications to support web publishing, digital asset management, and conservation.