Quickmap vs Prover

Wondering what the difference between Quickmap and Prover is? This article puts Quickmap and Prover head-to-head to showcase what each can do for you.

Firstly, what is Prover? Prover is a website that can be accessed from any internet enabled device. It requires no installation, you just go to the Prover website, login, and you’re away. It works on any browser (MS Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.). You can access it from your laptop, PC, Mac, smartphone, etc.

By contrast, Quickmap is a program that is installed on your PC. Unless you’re doing title ordering or accessing other data from Quickmap (such as title preview or downloading new data to store on your computer for later use), all data is stored on your computer, so no internet connection is required.

Here’s a table showing some of the differences in features of Quickmap and Prover.


Quickmap Prover
No internet connection required Internet connection required
Installed on your PC No installation required
Works on a PC or laptop running Windows Works on any internet enabled device with a web browser
Requires space to store data No space required on your device
You manage your own updates

        • You are responsible for installing data updates that we send you
          (though this can be automated with the Quickmap Data Download Manager program)
        • Depending on the package you chose, new data is available monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly or annually
          (though some additional data that is accessed over the internet, such as title preview is automatically updated weekly by us)
We manage your data for you

  • Prover is automatically updated as soon as new data is available
    (weekly or monthly, depending on the type of data)
Provides cadastral, title (LINZ), and council data. Survey plans, survey marks, council sales data, and aerial photography are available as add-ins. Additional data is available for download, see here for further information Provides cadastral, title (LINZ), aerial photography, survey plans, survey marks, and council data. Council sales data is available as an add-in
GPS data can be imported from supported GPS devices Using Prover from a device with a GPS, enables you to locate your position on the map within Prover, at any time.
You can add your own data into Quickmap: create a new database containing a record of your jobs and related documents, or import data from an existing database. Import or export a wide range of data formats, such as SHP, DGN, MIF, TAB, DXF, WKT, ECW, JPG, PNG, Google Earth, etc. No importing or exporting.
Powerful GIS reporting available Basic reporting
Search by address, appellation, owner, place name, title, land use, valuation reference, survey plan, schools, electoral boundaries, councils, legal description, etc. Search by address, title, legal description, owner, valuation reference, or survey plan
Integrates with other products No integration
Advanced measuring tools Basic measuring tools
Powerful map editor: choose the layers / data that is visible on your map Standard map is displayed with a basic capacity to choose map labels

In a sentence, Prover is less powerful than Quickmap, but works on just about any device from just about anywhere, has all the data that you can get from Quickmap and is updated by us.

It’s also worth noting that while Prover is available to buy separately, you can get free Prover logins when you buy Quickmap with monthly updates.

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