Member Impact Pricing

With our membership database software, there are no initial licensing fees. Your subscription also includes...

Unlimited administrators

Unlimited members

24 x 5 plus weekend chat & email support

Periodic email support on weekends

Data encrypted at rest

Ongoing software updates

All prices are in New Zealand dollars.

If you’re not from New Zealand, you can view pricing in local currencies one of our regional sites in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom or USA


Standard Edition or Enterprise Edition?
The difference between the two is explained to the right.
Either way, UNLIMITED administrators are included in each account.
Would you like to upgrade to the PLUS package?

See below for the benefits.
Yes, for the Standard Edition
Yes, for the Enterprise Edition

Standard vs. Enterprise

The Standard Edition is recommended for most organisations that have just one location and where administrators with access to member profiles should be able to see all member profiles.   The Enterprise Edition is for organisations that want some separation between groups of members such as at different locations or branches.


Package Offerings

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À la Carte Options

Items below are available as individual add-ons to the membership database software. If the item is marked with a tick in the table above, it is included at no extra cost in that package.

  Standard Accounts Enterprise Accounts
Refresher training (new staff or new features etc) $125/hr $125/hr
Migration consultation – extra guidance and advice on moving from your current environment $220 $220 – $1100
Initial set up of custom fields $275 $275
Import basic member contact details $110 $110
Import to custom fields $22/ field $22 / field
Outbound text messaging (after 1,000 free for Standard and 2,500 free for Enterprise) $110/1,000 $110/1,000


One forty five minute personal web meeting $110

The overall training for administrators using more than one Better Impact software module is less than the combined total across modules since much of the software is the same or similar across modules.  

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