Consolidated Funeral Services’ websites now integrated with Tukios’ Cloud Tribute Video Software

June 9, 2013
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Instantly create Tribute Videos within a revenue-generating CFS website

June 1, 2013 – Consolidated Funeral Services (CFS) and Tukios is pleased to announce a strategic partnership to offer funeral homes full-featured websites with integrated video tributes.

The integration of Tukios into CFS’ software now gives funeral directors the ability to build Tribute Videos from within their own websites, and from any location in the world!  Because both Tukios and CFS work in the cloud, funeral directors dispense with the need to install and manage software across their office computers.

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CFS website client Julie Stodghill of Stodghill Funeral Home said, “I have been extremely happy with the efficiency and speed of this program. I used to do them on my own with another program but it was very labor intensive. Since the change to Tukios, I have cut the process down and my families love that they can view and directly order Tribute Videos from my website.”

Curtis Funk of Tukios said, “We’re not trying to be everything to everyone. We focus specifically on digital media products, and make sure we stay out ahead of the competition. We have no interest in diluting that focus…so we are proud to announce our partnership with CFS to provide funeral homes with a no-cost website that can generate substantial revenue for the funeral home, each and every month.”

Consolidated Funeral Services has a unique revenue-creating business model that has proven successful for funeral homes and for CFS. Peter Richardson of CFS said, “The integration of Tukios’ services into our comprehensive website platform will only further that success.”

About Consolidated Funeral Services

CFS is a leading provider of websites, focusing exclusively on the funeral industry.  By integrating flower ordering and other merchandising without the use of wire services, a CFS website can generate substantial revenue for the funeral home and is always provided free-of-charge.  CFS is proud to be the technology partner of The Dodge Company.  More information at consolidatedfuneralservices.com.

About Tukios

Tukios.com is the simple, fast, cloud-based Tribute Video leader that creates emotionally resonant experiences. Funeral homes who embed Tukios’ videos on obituary pages are seeing web visitor durations increase by over 5 minutes, are drawing additional revenue from Memorial Video purchases, and are simplifying their video creation process with Tukios’ high-speed scanners and cloud software.

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