Simple pricing that scales with you

Choose a monthly or annual subscription, with prices based on your publishing volume.

Choose your plan

Customise our Pro plan to suit the volume of content you publish. All plans get the same great features and support; only your volume differs.

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Intro

£149

per month

200 pages per month
Unlimited projects
1 hour of training
Additional training: £50 per hour
Live support for all users
Pay by credit card or direct debit

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Pro

£309

per month (paid annually)

500 pages per month
Unlimited projects
2 hours of training per year
Additional training: £50 per hour
Live support for all users
Pay by credit card or direct debit

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Custom pages per month
Unlimited projects
Custom training
Custom support plans
Custom system integrations
Custom payment options

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Pay for only what you need

Run a pilot with our Intro plan. It gives you all the tools you need to see how Futureproofs can work for you. Like all our plans, it covers as many people as you need, and includes the training and support you need to get started.

As your needs grow, move up to the Pro plan. Work with confidence knowing that your bill is completely predictable, but with the flexibility to scale up as your business grows.

FAQs

Your subscription is based on your publishing volume - the number of pages you publish, not the number of proofs you upload. Each plan includes a monthly allowance that you can upload against (much like a mobile-phone plan). If you don't use your page allowance, it will roll over to the next month (and the next, and the next...).

For example, if you pay for 500 pages of new content each month, this would let you work on two new 192-page books every month. The 'spare' 108 pages remain available for 3 months (if you pay monthly) or a year (if you pay annually). That way, you're covered when you have a busy month - which we all know happen regularly!
For monthly subscription plans, we take payment monthly by credit card or direct debit/ACH. For annual plans, we also accept payment by direct transfer to our bank account (details supplied on invoice). We do not accept payment by cheque/check under any circumstances.

We send an invoice (including VAT where appropriate) before we take payment in all cases, for your records.
If you have some pages left at the end of the month, they will roll over and be added to your total the following month. So, if you are on the Intro plan and have 30 pages left at the end of a month (i.e. you only used 170 pages), then you will have 230 pages at the start of the following month. Unused pages roll over for 3 months (if you are paying monthly) or 12 months (if you are paying annually).
If you're using Futureproofs more than you expected, you can easily upgrade at any point. However, we won't just cut you off. All our plans are based on your average usage, not your peak, so if you have a busy month then that's fine with us. And, if you do go over your allowance unexpectedly, just let us know and we'll sort you out!
You will receive an invoice every month (including VAT where appropriate) and your payment will be taken automatically by your chosen method (direct debit or credit card). If we don't receive payment within 30 days of our invoice, you may lose access to the Futureproofs service, so we recommend making sure your credit card or direct debit information are correct at all times.
All our plans renew automatically and we hope that you will be happy with the Futureproofs service. However, if you do choose to leave us, just let us know at least 14 days before your next invoice is due. If you give us less notice than this, be aware that a final payment will be required.
When your subscription ends, you continue to have access to existing projects and proofs. However, you will lose two key things: any surplus pages you've built up over the course of your subscription; and the ability to upload new proofs to your projects.

However, you and your team can continue to work on any proofs that have already been uploaded to the site. This means adding new markup, continuing conversations in queries, collating master proofs and reviewing them in designer more.

Loved by editors, freelancers and managers

Louise Harnby
Louise Harnby

Freelance proofreader, UK

The line-by-line markup functionality is, frankly, gorgeous.
Helen Seachrist
Helen Seachrist

Production Editor,
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, USA

Collating corrections takes a fraction of the time it does when working with hard copy or PDFs.
Amy McGuinness
Amy McGuinness

Operations Manager,
RIC Publications, Australia

It is improving the speed at which we edit our documents, especially for our International market.
Faye Cheeseman
Faye Cheeseman

Freelance proofreader, UK

The best support I've ever received!