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Subscription plans allowing larger databases than current limit of 15000

Currently the contact database can only hold a maximum of 15,000 records. Would be nice to have other pricing tiers to allow 25k even 50k records.

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Other sites have their most expensive membership as unlimited, can you guys please do that? doing so will guarantee not having to work back to this issue ever again and we will take care of our sustainable growth without having to think about transferring to another service

  • Jena commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I completely AGREE! We have a goal for one million women, if that is the case we would have to have different programs, that is a sad thing for me! I hope they get working on this quick!

  • [Deleted User] commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    If you consider doing this, please put the huge clients on different servers. I'm not a tech expert but it sounds like something that could slow the system down tremendously at times.

  • Dean commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Put us down as one more organization that has concerns about maxing out at 15,000 contacts. We just started using WA after reviewing many other systems. Nothing else comes close to offering the set of features plus simplicity we need. But with members, plus donors, plus event registrants, I could see us maxing out in a couple years ... then what?

    I remember when Constant Contact told us we couldn't go above 50,000 newsletter subscribers. When we hit that number, I called and they told us no problem. They had worked out the database issues and started offering higher subscription levels. I sincerely hope WA follows the same path. Likely you're scaring off a lot of people who want a simple solution that can grow with them.

    Just because WA is simple doesn't necessarily mean that it's only attractive to small organizations.

  • Evgeny Zaritovskiy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    We are thinking about this too but this require some technical resources for us to test current performance bottlenecks and then fix them - which we just have none now as we are busy working on CMS changes. We will get into this as soon as we can.

  • Tilak De silva commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi Dmitry,

    I was the president of Institution Of Engineers Sri Lanka (IESL) - 2013

    We have implemented the WA system last year. Now we are very close to 15,000 contacts. When we will get the 50,000 contacts ?

  • hasit_era commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    We have WA "Enterprise" Account. What is the Option can we get if our member quota (15000) exceeded. Please give a quick Response.

  • Dmitry Buterin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Our QA team is doing this in the background, will likely take a couple more months to complete. We have already identified quite a few places in our system we need to recode to support this to ensure interface responsiveness. Given all other stuff already in development, we will only get to evaluating and considering this against other priorities by early next year - and then I will be able to provide an update.

  • Bill Tidball commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi Dmitry,

    We also have potential clients that we can not suggest the Wild Apricot solution due to the outer limit of 15K. The potential client we suggested the WA solutions to today, has 800 members, but over 19,000 contacts with no hope of purging contacts below the limits. They have 2 events a year with 2000 attendees, a poor web site, and no ability to e-mail from the current solution. WA seems to be fantastic fit for them except in this one area.

    Please consider making the changes to allow an increase in the total contact size.

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