FrontRunner Professional Announces the Acquisition of Halcyon Funeral Home Management Software
Kingston, ON – FrontRunner Professional announced today it has acquired Halcyon Software, which is the only truly web-based management software on the market.
The merger of Halcyon Funeral Management Software, coupled with the professional services of Sara Gard, the founder of Halcyon, will allow FrontRunner to have the profession’s only web-based, completely integrated website, marketing, personalization and management software, all in one single data entry system. The affordable solutions are priced without any “data transfer fees” and separate “support and upgrade” fees, finally making it possible for any sized firm to have the technology they need to effectively and efficiently compete in today’s changing market.
More and more funeral homes are asking for a web-based management solution, as they are beginning to realize the advantages of this type of solution over modified “cloud based” offerings. Sara will be responsible for working with our management clients and will continue to advance the progressive features they are looking for.
“The web-based management system will be available as a standalone program named Arranging Director, priced at $1995 or $2995 for the complete web-based version of our Total Business Solution”, says Kevin Montroy, FrontRunner Professionals CEO/Founder.
“I have been passionately working on the web-based version of the funeral home management system for the past 8 years, and am proud to have attained the status as one of the fastest growing management systems on the market. I am pleased to be joining the FrontRunner Team and being part of such a progressive and innovative group,” says Sara Gard, Halcyon founder.
FrontRunner Professional is the leading technology provider for the funeral industry offering fully integrated technology solutions, including the most advanced funeral firm websites, DVD solutions, online memorial sites; marketing and management solutions, and so much more.
If you would like information about FrontRunner and their technology solutions call 1-866-748-3625 or visit www.FrontRunner360.com .
FrontRunner Professional announced its strategic partnership with DISRUPT Media, the funeral profession’s dedicated social media provider, founded by Ryan Thogmartin of Connecting Directors.
This new partnership will forge the development of the new “Socially Acceptable™” social media program designed to set a new and higher online standard for the funeral profession. The program will be available exclusively through FrontRunner Professional to their clients.
DISRUPT Media is a full service social media agency for social strategy and complete social media management for businesses. They help funeral professionals, worldwide; interact with today’s consumers by truly embracing the Internet and engaging in conversations about their funeral business online.
For more information on FrontRunner Professional and DISRUPT Media contact FrontRunner at 1-866-748-3625 or online atwww.FrontRunnerPro.com/SociallyAcceptable or email Ryan Thogmartin at firstname.lastname@example.org
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