National Museum of the United States Air Force Award

Re:discovery Software is excited to announce that  it has been awarded a contract by the National Museum of the United States Air Force (NMUSAF) to create a new collections management database. The NMUSAF team will now curate, preserve, and share the collections of the Air Force and related items using the popular Proficio database platform.

Re:discovery Software was founded in Charlottesville, Virginia and is the leading independent American provider of museum collections management systems.  The company began with the founder, Dave Edwards’ creation of a database for Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, over 30 years ago. Since that beginning, Re:discovery Software’s client base has grown to include museums and archives across the United States and Canada including federal, state and local government, corporate and private collections.

The U.S. Department of the Interior has been using a version of the commercial product Proficio, ICMS, for over 20 years. A sampling of other clients within Re:discovery’s portfolio include:  National Trust for Historic Preservation, Museum of Flight, Alaska Aviation Museum, Washington and Lee University, Florida Museum of Natural History, Biltmore Estate and Gardens, and the State of North Carolina’s Department of Cultural Resources.

We are thrilled to have been entrusted with the conversion and implementation of this exciting military heritage collection!

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