Destiny One Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Destiny One

Cloud-based student lifecycle management solution

3.91/5 (34 reviews)

Destiny One Pricing

Pricing model: Subscription

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Destiny One Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • Destiny One had a significant impact on our department's efficiency and growth. The team that supported our project was outstanding.Carolyn Y.Read the full review
  • Strong links from all aspects of a clients' info in the staff view is really useful and the ability to keep annotated comments related to the client linked to the staff author is also useful.Martin B.Read the full review
  • Lively continual improvement process, good support communication, professional look and feel of eCatalog, corporate learning portals.Kathy M.Read the full review
Cons
  • Upgrades can break procedures that were previously working. The UI can be terribly counter-intuitive.Martin B.Read the full review
  • We wish there was a way to delete files... in the rare instance the wrong file is uploaded, you're unable to delete (unless this has changed).Melissa E.Read the full review
  • You have to buy the archive database. The lack of CRM has forced us to push json notifications to a CRM platform.Patricia S.Read the full review
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6 reviewers had the following to say about Destiny One's pricing:

Kathy Mergl

Great platform right out of the box

Used weekly for 2+ years
Reviewed 2020-03-20
Review Source: Capterra

Very satisfied!

Pros
Lively continual improvement process, good support communication, professional look and feel of eCatalog, corporate learning portals

Cons
I would like to streamline the required profile information, as an admin. It is too long to scroll through to the bottom of the page. Pricey at first but have since moderated the pricing.

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Likelihood to recommend: 9/10

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Cheryl Ball

Better over time

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-09-11
Review Source: Capterra

Overall, it works for me. I am a daily user and like to learn. However, for the not so computer savvy user, it is very complicated.

Pros
The ease of use for staff user compared to our last database system.

Cons
additional features cost more. Out of the box package was very limited and not customizable with out a fee.

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Likelihood to recommend: 5/10

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Paolo Gardinali

Quickly evolving niche product with great potential and support

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2020-04-02
Review Source: Capterra

Pros
Destiny One has come a long way, from a semi-custom solution for small campuses and Continuing Education units to a more flexible and comprehensive platform that includes event management and more. Customer service speed and efficiency have greatly increased recently, and it's a lot better than most other products I used. The software can be reasonably customized, used to keep track enrollment and finance in the background or to run the whole website.

Cons
Some modules are old and clunky, and almost useless (Marketing, for instance). Destiny is now pointing at integration with better software (like CRM) to go way beyond the basic functions, but integrations come at a cost.

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Likelihood to recommend: 7/10

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Kevin Vaughn

The only option for continuing education

Used occasionally for 2+ years
Reviewed 2020-03-25
Review Source: Capterra

Pros
D1 was integrated before I arrived and the learning curve for staff was very steep. This is virtually the only option for continuing education and it provides a good baseline for our system of record.

Cons
Software is very cumbersome and very difficult and expensive to customize. I really wish it was more agile and flexible to cater to our specific needs. This is my second organization where D1 has been the system of record and we had the same issues in my previous organization.

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Likelihood to recommend: 6/10

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Michelle Giovannozzi

Robust solution for non-credit program registrations

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2020-03-27
Review Source: Capterra

Destiny allows us to manage registration and student records in one place. We use Destiny reports to track enrollment and revenue trends and patterns.

Pros
Destiny is a robust registration system with ample features for tracking registration, budget, and student data. The workflows are not difficult to follow but in some cases would benefit from being streamlined. The reporting features allow us to track, analyze, and compare data with great detail.

Cons
Of the registration systems we researched, Destiny was the most expensive. On top of the licensing fees, there are significant charges for additional services such as integration with other software platforms and customized reports. We have not been able to adapt Destiny to fully meet our needs due to budget constraints.

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Likelihood to recommend: 7/10

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Billie Boles

Destiny One Multi-Program Office Implementation

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-09-06
Review Source: Capterra

Overall, our experience has been positive. Destiny One Support is very responsive. Whether we have questions about how to perform a complex transaction, how to resolve a problem, or reporting a bug that needs to be fixed, we always receive a prompt response. If they can answer right away, the do so with explanations and screenshots. If they need to speak with a developer, they keep us posted on the status of our query. We also have the thank Destiny for providing the GROW site where we can offer suggestions for product improvements

Pros
Destiny One is the first Registration Software I've administered and supported. I found it relatively easy to learn and use. It was named OneCE when I started working with it and the help files weren't easy to understand. The help files have improved exponentially, and there is very little we can't find out for ourselves without having to turn to the Destiny One support team for assistance.

Cons
When we began to implement Multi-Program Office for other departments in the University the functionality seemed to be being created on the fly while we were preparing to implement. This meant that we had no experience with the new functionality, nor enough opportunity to test it in our test instance prior to implementation to production. One big flaw with Multi-Program use is that we aren't able to lock down functionality to Program Office for users which means administration personnel need to perform the manual entry for department heads by request to ensure they don't accidentally make changes to other Program Offices settings. For example: Workflow assignments, Enrolment Restrictions, Tuition profiles, etc. Setting up Workflow assignments and making changes is a long and arduous process as with each change, you're taken to the top of the screen and must scroll back down to where you were to add or remove an additional person. I estimate approximately 30 minutes of work for each Costing Unit. We have approximately 200 Costing Units and more to come as more faculties come on board. We also do not have the ability to print out or view the entire Configuration Map of our existing Configuration settings. Where reporting is concerned, we feel the developers don't really have a handle on what the requirements are to run programs or conferences. Perhaps to gather requirements, they should interview the faculties who are running these types of programs to ascertain needs.

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Likelihood to recommend: 9/10

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