Twin Tiers Technologies, Inc. introduces their new Crematory Information Management System (CiMS)
Twin Tiers Technologies, Inc, of Corning NY, an independently owned industry leader in information management solutions are excited to be launching their much anticipated Crematory Information Management System (CiMS) at the CANA Cremation Marketing Symposium in Las Vegas NV. Twin Tiers Technologies, Inc. have been leaders in the Mortuary Information Management field since 1991, the addition of CiMS to the range offerings only helps strengthen their place in the information management arena.
Brian Smith, CEO said, ?With the cremation rate increasing CiMS is ideally placed to help not only manage the workload of a growing industry, but also helps put the checks and balances in place to do everything possible to minimise the liability of your crematory operation. Being one of the few independantly owned software providors within the death care industry this really helps helps us within our market, as we truly have the best interests of our crematory customers in mind, because software is all we do.?
If you would like further information or to schedule a DEMO please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-480-MIMS (6467)
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