FrontRunner Professional Announced Today the Release of Its New Mobile Website Platform for Funeral Professionals.
Today there are more smart phones on the planet than there are people. In addition, many people use an iPad and other mobile tablet devices to access the internet. FrontRunner Professional has officially announced the release of the Mobile Website platform, giving a funeral homes website visitor the ability to access their website, right from their mobile device.
“We needed to ensure that our clients are there when their prospective clients are looking” says Kevin Montroy, CEO and Founder of FrontRunnner Professional. “Our clients are known for being leaders in their communities and for setting a higher standard in their profession. The new Mobile Website Platform is no exception.”
The mobile platform includes e-commerce capabilities; enabling online visitors access to the funeral homes Book of Memories™ where they can make a donation, order flowers, light a memorial candle and more, as if they were on the firm’s main website. Visitors can also leave a condolence message, share a photo, and even get directions to the funeral home or service location. By eliminating components such as “flash” which may not be compatible with all mobile devices, the online experience is rich and seamless.
For more information on the new Mobile Website Platform from FrontRunner Professional or to access a live example visit www.frontrunner360.com/mobile or speak to a FrontRunner Technology Specialist today at 1-866-748-3625.
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