We are listening
– Solve your Floria-issues with our next version
We value our engaged and enthusiastic community, and we are taking your feedback seriously.
For some time now we have listened to your frustration over Floria blocking updates of IrisBG. To eliminate this irritation we have taken initiative and decided to open up for use of Floria with our next version of IrisBG – despite it using code that infringes on our copyright and intellectual property.
Botanical Software have confirmed that they will update their App Manager so it will correspond with the new version we have released. You will need to install their newest App Manager for the sync to work. [Edit: The compatible version Floria ver. 5.1.0 is now released.]
With this we enable you to access our software updates with the latest improvements without losing access to Floria.
Stay tuned for the release of our next version – follow the topic The Latest Version of IrisBG to never miss an update.
Warm summer regards,
Øyvind Rustan and Mari Rustan
IrisBG | Compositae AS
It has always been central for us to take care of your investments in the software as well as your experience and knowledge about collection management. Further development of IrisBG will therefore be extensions to the well-known and solid platform used by us today. Learn more.
To be gifted a collection by a donor is a generous contribution to a botanical garden, but as we will hear, it also comes with a set of challenges.
IrisBG and APGA for a sustainable futureThe webinar Biodiversity and Conservation in Public Gardens will July 20th initiate the new one-year Sustainability Index Webinar Series organised by APGA. IrisBG is the proud sponsor of the series and we will participate in each seminar Q&A as thought leader and expert.
The twelve webinar series is based on the twelve attributes of the Public Gardens Sustainability Index and is intended to inspire gardens to advance their own garden sustainability operations and programs. Some members of our community have already achieved excellence in the attributes, click the link above to see who.
Register (via APGA) for the first webinar: Biodiversity and Conservation in Public Gardens, July 20th, 1-3 pm ET. Hosted by APGA.