Pay for only what you need
Futureproofs is always free for you and your team to work on an existing project. Upgrade when you're ready to use your own content.
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 Indie or Pro plan. Work with confidence, knowing that your bill is completely predictable.
All plans let you pay by credit card or direct debit. Upgrade if you need to pay by invoice.
Futureproofs uses a simple subscription model 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 so on).
For example, our Indie tier gives you 500 pages of new content each month, and is thus ideal if you publish two new 240-page books on average every month. Even if you need to upload four new books in one month (twice your average), or even more, that's fine as long as you've rolled enough spare pages over from previous months!
You can even choose to pay monthly or annually, using either a credit card or direct debit (or to pay by invoice on the Pro plan).
Boost your subscription with extra pages, training or support, according to your needs.
Additional parcels of pages to let you get even more work done.
Per 500-pages per month:
- £239 (paid annually)
- £299 (paid monthly)
All our plans include training but you can arrange extra training sessions if you need them, delivered either on site or by video.
By video: £50 per hour.
On site: £80 per hour (plus expenses).
We can help with your rollout of Futureproofs with tailored consultancy to help review your workflows, develop new processes and support your team properly.
£500 per day (plus expenses).
- How do page allowances work?
- What if I don't use my whole allowance?
- What if I need more pages?
- How does invoicing work?
- Can I stop my subscription?
So, a 240-page book counts as 240 pages when you first upload it. If you then upload new PDFs to that project, those pages do not count against your allowance, no matter how many proof stages that project goes through. If the project then increases to 256 pages, however, the extra 16 pages will be counted at the point they are added.