Collector Systems, LLC ( www.collectorsystems.com ) announced the release of “Collector Systems” version 1.5, the latest iteration of its data management solution for keeping track of works of art, antiques, jewelry, and other valuable personal property.
“Version 1.5 furthers our commitment to our members by making it easier than ever for them to manage their property. We continue in our mission to exploit the developing information technology so that our members can enjoy their prized possessions in a totally secure environment. Our application is both intuitive and easy to use,” said Eric Kahan, president.
Collector Systems is designed to be functional for collectors at every level, from the beginner to the most advanced. It is reportedly equally effective for other uses such as home inventory and safety deposit box contents for insurance purposes or for integrated use in an overall financial plan.
In addition to its core constituency of collectors, the company’s members include interior designers, artists, corporations, private banking units, family offices, and trust and estate officers. “We are especially well liked by insurance agents,” Kahan added.
The Collectors Systems application is securely available to members 24/7/365, anywhere in the world through an Internet connection. “We are in the forefront when it comes to security and application development in our markets. We always will be,” Kahan said.
“We want our members to be comfortable, not intimidated,” Kahan continued. The user is led through a series of simple steps to create records for their valuable property, which may be organized in any manner desired. Each record integrates data, images, documents and detailed reports.
The company also offers a full complement of related services, including, digital photography, data entry, and transfer of information from other database applications.
An inexpensive entry-level membership allows new users to experiment with Collector Systems. Beyond this, the company offers memberships for individual users with more extensive requirements, as well as Corporate and Institutional memberships. The public site offers additional information, as well as a free 30-day trial membership.
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