Tributes.com and SRS Computing Announce Partnership to Provide Increased Obituary Distribution to SRS Clients
Today at the opening of the ICCFA 2011 Convention & Exposition in Las Vegas, Tributes, Inc., the online resource for local and national obituary news, announced that they have formed a partnership with SRS Computing, the industry leader in funeral and cemetery software since 1999. The two companies have jointly developed a new obituary module that can be activated by SRS clients to Procession which, when enabled, will automatically feed information gathered in the arrangement conference directly to Tributes.com. Tributes will leverage SRS client data to programmatically generate customized obituary listings, branded with the funeral home logo and contact information, for immediate publication on Tributes.com and across the Tributes Network of media partners.
“At SRS we strive to provide our clients with powerful software solutions that streamline their operations and enable them to provide highly personalized customer service,? said Scott Simons, President and Founder, SRS Computing. ?We believe in giving your data velocity and making it work for you. By automatically completing the important task of posting the obituary, we improve efficiency by taking work off of your plate while improving the service you provide to your families! We enthusiastically welcome Tributes as an SRS partner.?
?Aligning ourselves with leading companies across funeral service has been a key component of our business strategy as we work to build a unifying obituary distribution platform that serves the industry and consumers worldwide to simplify the publication of and access to obituary news,? said Elaine Haney, President of Tributes, Inc. ?We are very pleased to be adding SRS Computing to our prestigious list of industry partners who are helping make the Tributes platform available to more funeral homes across the U.S.?
Tributes.com is the online resource for current local and national obituary news, lasting personal tributes and online community providing support during times of loss and grieving. Through one centralized national web destination, with over 90 million current and historical death records dating back to the 1930s, Tributes has made obituary and online memorial service information easily accessible so people can come together online and offline to remember and share the treasured stories of the important people in their lives who have passed away. Monster.com founder Jeff Taylor officially launched Tributes.com in the fall of 2008 and in two short years the site has experienced rapid growth, and is now relied on by thousands of funeral homes and more than 1.5M unique consumers each month to publish and locate obituary news. For more information about Tributes.com, please visit our website at www.tributes.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About SRS Computing
Since 1999, SRS Computing has been setting the industry standard in custom software applications designed exclusively for management of the funeral home, crematory, and cemetery industries. SRS’ objective is to meet the specific software needs of the funeral industry. SRS’ products have been developed from the ground up exclusively for this unique and changing business. Whereas other software companies may modify products developed for other businesses, or market the same product to a host of different enterprises, SRS creates solutions for the funeral business only.
Scott R. Simons is the son of a 5th generation funeral director, and has learned the importance of highly personalized customer service, and the necessity of relationship building for long-term business success. Scott has built SRS quality reputation utilizing the same sound business practices that lead to his family’s success in the funeral industry. For more information visit http://www.srscomputing.com.
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