2009: Version 8.11
The release of Proficio version 8.11 introduces new features such as the "Director's Summary", a password protected web page that
provides summary information about the institution's holdings and collections activities, a new "Authorities" submodule, and robust audit reporting.
2009: Department of the Interior (DOI) System
Completed and implemented the DOI collections management system, managing over 145 million objects, more than 600 federal sites, and hundreds of other related institutions.
2006: New Database Technology
Release of Re:discovery Proficio in Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2005 using C#, a .NET language. Proficio is powered by SQL Server 2005.
2005: Technology Partnership
The company becomes a Microsoft Certified Partner.
2003: GSA Contract
General Services Administration contract is awarded to Re:discovery for providing software, support, and related services to federal government agencies.
2000: CHIN Accredited
The Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) accredits Re:discovery as a collections management system that successfully meets collections management standards.
1999: New Database Technology
A new release of Re:discovery, Visual Re:discovery, features a new underlying database technology that supports Microsoft’s SQL server database.
1997: NPS Contract
The National Park Service selects Re:discovery to provide museum collections management software throughout their more than 300 sites.
1997: Web Interface
The company releases Re:discovery for Internet, a web application that enables public searching of museum and archival collections.
1993: Re:discovery for Windows
The system is converted to the Windows environment.
1989: Museum Information System
The company consults with museum professionals and reviews museum automation literature to develop a total museum information system,
integrating object collections, archives, reference libraries, and archaeological sites into one system.
1988: Company Founding & Collections Prototype
Founder David L. Edwards develops the first system to manage the archaeological sites of Thomas Jefferson Foundation's
Monticello and Poplar Forest sites.