Up to 35 Users
Up to 35 Users
Up to 100 Users
Has all of our standard features, including:
Growth includes everything in Basic, plus:
Build your own plan, which can include:
Standard features include virus scanning, content moderation, mobile apps, user roles, Chrome extension, Slack App, and integrations with Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive.
Hit the ground running. Our implementation experts will guide your onboarding
to help you maximize your use of the platform.
Ensure your community is on brand and structured intuitively. We’ll also help you set up integrations, governance, and premium features.
Grow your knowledge and platform expertise. Train your end-users to maximize adoption so you can launch with ease.
Let us do the heavy lifting. We will work with your team to bulk migrate your files, videos, and native content – so you don’t have to.
Make sure knowledge sharing fits seamlessly into your workflow. We can custom build integrations tailored to your unique needs.
Yes. We’ve found that the most successful customers share a lot of knowledge and information in Bloomfire, so we don’t want to limit your success.
A user is one person tied to one email address. If you need external licenses or have a very large team, contact us about volume discounts.
Yes, Bloomfire hosting is extremely secure. We provide security support, vulnerability testing, reporting, and more to ensure uptime and data integrity. To learn more about Bloomfire security, check out our security FAQ.
Yes, our Enterprise plan allows you to build a custom plan.
Our contracts are annual agreements, but we can provide multi-year agreements as well.
Yes, but there is an added fee for non-annual payments.
We offer volume discounts for large teams. Contact us for a custom quote.
Community: This is the main repository for your content. It is made up of Groups, categories, contributions, and users. Often times larger organizations require siloed access so communities can be walled off from one another (i.e. access to each community must be granted separately).
Groups: Groups are a subset of communities that can be used to separate users and contributions from the main community. Because Groups wall off content from non-Group members, they’re not necessary in every community.