Role and Rights Management

go~mus offers a variety of features, all of which are useful and interesting but potentially not all of which are authorized for all users

To ensure reliable structuring of who may view, edit, archive or delete what, go~mus offers an extensive feature set for role and rights management.

You can create any given amount of roles and define the exact set of rights connected to that role. Furthermore multiple roles can be assigned to each user and individual rights that exceed the rights included in the assigned roles can be allocated to individual users. This way any given user structure can be depicted.

When using go~mus for more than one museum, allocating museums to users ensures that a user can only view, edit, archive or delete data, regarding the museums he is authorized to work on.


Communication with visitors and guides is an integral part of daily museum education work. Regardless of whether a booking confirmation needs to be sent to the customer or an order is confirmed with the guide, most times the exact same information structure needs to be conveyed.

That’s why go~mus relies on an extensive template engine to enable you to communicate effortlessly and with high quality. This template engine allows you to create templates for all use cases, from order confirmation to cancellation. It not only allows you to freely define subject, Email and most importantly the .pdf attachment, for each of these you can refer to a broad range of placeholders that allow transferring nearly all information in go~mus to the right recipient.

When using go~mus for more than one museum, templates can be created individually for each museum, exhibition and offering, enabling you to adapt design, tone and structure of the document.

Furthermore the enterprise distribution of go~mus allows for setting individual sender addresses for every museum, exhibition and offering. With this feature booking confirmations for the next blockbuster exhibition can be sent from the address corresponding to the individual website you might setup for this exhibition.


Accounting is a core issue. Regardless of whether you check fees invoiced by a guide or review invoices sent out to your visitors, go~mus enables you to tackle accounting efficiently without trying to be an accounting system on its own.

For the invoices your guides send you, go~mus offers tools to check all invoice items and set a status for each so you don’t lose track.

Invoices that you send to your customers are created automatically by go~mus. All invoices can be reviewed and exported.

Regular customers, such as travel agents can be invoiced collectively.


Evaluating your work is extremely important. First of all, most museums are required to report to federal institutions, but secondly revising if you are offering the right thing for the right audience at the right time is crucial to remaining successful.

go~mus supports you with both issues. Visitor statistics allow for evaluating your work based on an array of tangible attributes.

It shows visitors and groups per museum, exhibition, offering, offering category, customer category, weekday, area code, country, language, age group and class level. Several of these attributes can be evaluated together and the time frame can be selected freely.