TMS Suite Now Available for Use on Macs, iPad and Surface Tablets

Gallery Systems is pleased to announce that the TMS Suite of products, including TMS Collections, Media Studio, and Conservation Studio, are now available for use on Apple iPad, Mac computers and Microsoft Surface tablets, in addition to Windows computers.

“The TMS Web Applications are now available to Apple users, which is an exciting advancement for Gallery Systems,” says Jay Hoffman, CEO of Gallery Systems, “The features in our latest release will make it easier for TMS users to work together to accomplish their goals, and support their institution’s mission.”

The TMS Suite web applications have been enhanced with the addition of new features, including the ability to photograph works with your tablet and create media records in real time. You can now access your collections documentation anywhere, switching between your iPad and desktop computer, giving you the mobility you need without sacrificing your access to information. Condition reports, inventory checklists, damage reports, and much more, can now be done on the spot, without the hassle of having to return to your desk to enter data. “The new release of the Gallery Systems TMS Suite heightens your team’s mobility, and makes it much easier to update your database while collaborating with staff across the museum,” says Hoffman.

Watch the short video above to see a conservator demonstrating how it works.


About the Author:

Cat Bradley became part of the Gallery Systems team in 2016, and has a background in art museums and diversity policy for nonprofits. Cat holds an MA from the University of Oregon in Arts Administration for marketing, a grad certificate in Nonprofit Management, and a BA from the University of Central Florida in Art History, specializing in public art and 20th Century Mexican Art. When she’s not writing case studies or analyzing market data, you can find her wandering the art museums and galleries of New York City, squeezing veggies at the Union Square Famers Market, or playing the ukulele at open mic night on the Lower East Side.