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The History of Heredis
The adventure began in 1994 when Bernard David, a computer expert and passionate genealogy enthusiast, created the Heredis software for a member of his family who wanted a simple and intuitive program for his genealogy that he had not yet found. Heredis was originally written for Mac. Today it is the leading genealogy software program in France and throughout Europe.
For 20 years, the team has been serving lovers of genealogy and the history of their ancestors. The continual creation of new, performing, simple, innovative and complementary software has without doubt helped enthusiasts to continue their work to great effect.
Heredis maintains its objective to offer the best possible software for genealogy. Each new version is conceived based on input from users who are best able to tell us what is truly needed.
Our customers are our greatest asset. With Heredis, every idea and every development has come from the suggestions of a customer. We listen carefully to every remark sent to our team, which will perhaps give birth to a future project.
Origin of Heredis name
It comes from the Latin word heres, heredis (genitive) that gave its name to the software. Here is the definition: *hērēs (haerēs), ēdis, **heir, heiress, legatee. **offspring (of a tree).
The Heredis Team
Based in Montpellier, at the Millénaire, the Silicon Valley of the South of France, the Heredis Team includes ten developers. Their specificities: passionately immersed in the world of computer science, they were all immediate converts to genealogy the day they joined Heredis. They work in close collaboration with our users daily via the dedicated forum.
Android9 December 2015
BSD Concept launches Heredis for Android! Free and available on the Play Store, genealogists can now move everywhere with their family tree files on all their Android devices.
Heredis 201512 June 2015
BSD Concept launches a new version 2015 release: everything is now in Heredis. No need for additional software to be installed or paid for, to have all the tools necessary for your genealogy! Heredis 2015 offers new and interesting possibilities for truly ALL genealogists. The proposed innovations are real advances for their work. Heredis 2015 stands out as being the most complete software for managing any genealogy. Major developments in 2015: Direct access to Online Archives – Capture Tool for acts and Signatures – Entry of Shared Events – Diaporama – Photo Editing – Group photo with caption – Family Tree Mapping – Online Albums on Heredis Online…
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Heredis 20148 October 2013
BSD Concept launches a new version of its genealogy software for PC and Mac, the Heredis 2014 version, to go further with your research. The flagship feature is undoubtedly the Search Wizard. This true wizard takes stock of your research and highlights the missing elements of your genealogy. It suggests ways forward and offers online research tools such as Heredis Online, Family Search, MyHeritage, Ancestry … Launch of Heredis Online, the new publishing and online search service.
Blue suite apps8 May 2012
Launch of Heredis Blue Suite for PC, Mac and iOS in France and internationally.
Outside printing21 January 2010
Heredis offers its users the possibility to print large format family trees directly from their software to an outside printing organisation.
Planète Généalogie17 January 2007
Launch of “Planète Généalogie”, destined for publications and other researches of genealogists.
N°1 in France15 February 2006
Heredis voted favorite genealogy software in France according to the GFK France Research Institute.
Complementary software10 March 1998
Launch of complementary software for genealogy, notably “La France à la Loupe” and the “Livre de Famille”.