Convert to Proficio Elements from your current CMS System hosted in the Proficio Cloud
For a limited time Re:discovery Software is offering special pricing to convert eligible collections management systems to a hosted implementation of Proficio Elements in the Proficio Cloud.
A single concurrent user license for Elements is only $600 (normally $975).* Additional users (maximum of 5) can be added for $225 per user. The associated annual hosting and technical support plan starts at $99 a month for a single user license.
*Conversion costs may apply.
In 1996, we surveyed as many museum collections software companies as we could find and then surveyed some of their clients. Re:discovery Software was the company that received the highest marks in usability of the software, and more importantly, staff support. Since we have been clients, we also can attest to the high quality of the software and the terrific staff support. You guys rock!
— North Carolina State Historic Sites and Properties
We migrated our collections data to Re:discovery Proficio about 2 years ago and we have been more than satisfied – in fact thrilled! - with this collections management system. The customization of directories and fields allows for a more accessible and streamlined cataloging process. And the Re:discovery team is a dream to work with – very responsive, patient, and knowledgeable. For museums with various types of collections, I would emphatically recommend this CMS!
— Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)
Just starting out! It’s wonderful to see a collections management solution that handles all our cataloging needs, from our aircraft, archives, and research library.
— Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum
In addition to the collections management services, we're using the software as a platform for Web Services delivery to online users for the museum's collection and four specialized research archives and two gallery-specific iPad apps. Have worked with our web designer to create a custom web user interfaces that pull directly from the Proficio database for online and iPad users.
— Old Salem Museums & Gardens / Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts