Herefordshire Wildlife Trust upgrade to CMSi 

Posted by DavidM 2016
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust manage over 50 sites in the county from the edge of the Black Mountains to the Malvern Hills and are now also involved in the popular Queenswood Country Park and Boddenham Lakes which were managed by Herefordshire... read more
 

CMSi v3.1 is released 

Posted by Jo Silverwood 2016
CMSi v3.1 has just been released and is packed with new functionality. Some of the highlights for CMSi include: Hyperlinks in text fields: You can now add hyperlinks to web pages in text editors throughout the system. Reports: You can now... read more
 

Dutch CMSi users visit Talgarth 

Posted by Anne Brookes 2016
Dutch Visit to Talgarth - March 14th-15th 2016 A group from Staatsbosbeheer and Natuurmonumenten, who are major CMSi users and Consortium members, travelled to the exeGesIS office in Talgarth for meetings with the CMSi team and Mike Alexander ... read more
 

MapLink v5 released 

- links CMSi data to ArcGIS, MapInfo and QGIS
Posted by DavidM 2016
MapLink has long been used in CMSi to link to full GIS. While CMSi has open source GIS functionality within the application itself, it is often useful to avail of full GIS functionality to edit, query and display CMSi data using programmes that you... read more
 

CMS Management Planning Guide updated 

Posted by Jo Silverwood 2015
The CMS Management Planning Guide has just been updated. You can download it from our resources page at the following link: http://www.software4conservation.com/guides We have published two versions of the guide; one compressed version and one ... read more
 

CMSi article published in Ecological Informatics 

Posted by Anne Brookes 2015
Read about "Integrated conservation management using CMSi" in the latest edition of Ecological Informatics. This article forms part of the proceedings of the 2nd Spatial Ecology and Conservation Conference, held in June 2014, where CMSi was... read more
 

First edition of CMSi newsletter 

Posted by Jo Silverwood 2015
We've just issued the first edition of the CMSi newsletter. You can find it at the following link: http://www.software4conservation.com/SharedFiles/Download.aspx?pageid=102&mid=100&fileid=41 We're using the newsletter to keep CMSi users... read more
 

Managing Cultural Heritage information in CMSi 

Workshop held in Swindon 6-7th July
Posted by Anne Brookes 2015
On the 6th July representatives from key UK heritage organisations met with counterparts from The Netherlands at a workshop in Swindon coordinated by exeGesIS on behalf of the Dutch Cultural Heritage Agency. The main discussion focused on how... read more
 

University of Greenwich upgrade from CMS7 to CMSi 

Posted by DavidM 2015
The University of Greenwich (http://www2.gre.ac.uk/) use CMS to manage the university property on the campuses of Greenwich, Avery Hill and Medway. By integrating the university biodiversity action plan, the use of CMSi can become a teaching... read more
 

Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust become new CMSi users 

Posted by DavidM 2015
The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust have become new CMSi users. The Trust are involved in land management, marine and seabird conservation and deliver work on the AONB management plan on these unique islands. In particular, the Wildlife Trust are... read more
 
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