We are committed to ensuring everyone can use this website and have developed the site to suit different user needs. In this section we explore ideas for making the site more accessible and at the end have listed links to more detailed information on different devices. Please get in touch if you have ideas for […]

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TMS Collections and eMuseum


Gallery Systems’ core collections management product, TMS Collections, is a sophisticated, easy-to-use browser-based application designed specifically for collections, content, media, exhibition, and loan management. Developed in partnership with museum professionals, TMS Collections is a robust and highly configurable collection management system that can organize and manage all collection types without compromise.



MuseumPlus, the web-based version successor of the widely used and successful CMS developed by the Swiss zetcom Group. The 25 man-year development phase of MuseumPlus led to a brand new and extremely flexible technological base, which is more customisable and configurable than ever.



Coeli is a cloud-based solution for cataloguing, managing and disseminating cultural heritage collections in an agile and intuitive way. Coeli brings you a complete procedure-based collections management system together with powerful data harvesting and sharing capabilities.

'Just give us the data'

News, blog and events

In the first #ItsGoodToShare guest blog, David Dawson, Director of Wiltshire Museum, explains why Wessex Museums Partnership would like to combine their online collections to offer users a joined-up service.

British Museum creates collections skills training films

News, blog and events

The British Museum have created a series of films to help museums become ‘loan-ready’. Part of the British Museum’s Collections Skills Training resources, the videos offer guidance on many aspects of the loans process; from researching collections before an initial request, through to how objects will be moved and stored after being on loan.

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Guidelines for digital accessibility: film


These guidelines look at how cultural heritage organisations can make the films they publish online as inclusive as possible for blind and partially sighted audiences.  They include tips on doing this at the planning and capture stages.

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