Twin Tiers – Now FuneralTech Announces Partnerships
FuneralTech is very excited to announce that we have partnered with many well-respected companies to provide your funeral home with valuable revenue generating services ranging from traditional flowers and stationery to modern webcasting and video tributes – all of which can be ordered directly from your FuneralTech website. These partnerships will give your families as well as their friends and loved ones an opportunity to show how much they care at the time of a funeral.
Some of the new FuneralTech partnerships include:
Vaella Consulting Inc. – Our partnership with Vaella Consulting Inc. will fulfill all of your funeral homes stationery needs. You will be able to choose from a vast library of images – or upload your own – to create elegant personalized and meaningful keepsakes for funeral attendees. Register books, prayer cards and a wide assortment of other stationery items can be printed on site at your funeral home or can be shipped to you directly the very next day.
Florist One – Flowers are the most popular and traditional way of sending condolences, and Florist One makes sending a lovely bouquet of flowers from top local florists across North America as easy as clicking a button. Contact us to see how you can start collecting the highest rates in the industry while working with your preferred local florist.
Tukios – Tukios provides our funeral home clients with the best software to make video tributes on the market today. Making an emotionally powerful video tribute is extremely easy, the software allows you to elegantly blend music with cherished family photos and make them into DVDs that families will hold onto as a keepsake for years to come. Tukios also takes care of creating a professional DVD or Bookshelf box that can be easily ordered off of your tribute pages. Contact us for all the details!
Memorial Webcasts – Distance and cost often prevents people from attending a funeral or a memorial service, but that all changes with Memorial Webcasts. This program allows guests to view a service securely via the internet, all they need to do is log in and let Memorial Webcasts take care of the rest.
The webcast will be available at anytime and will never be taken offline.
Sympathy Food – Sympathy Food allows people across the country or around the world to send a delicious, chef-prepared meal to a bereaved family. They can even arrange to have something sent at a later date! This is a great way to let families know you care, Sympathy Food is a comforting alternative to flowers.
Sympathy Store – It’s often hard to find the right words to say to someone who has just experienced a loss of a loved one. The FuneralTech Sympathy Store allows friends and families members an opportunity to send a unique gift to hopefully bring a little comfort to a grieving family and to show that you are thinking of them during a difficult time.
To learn more about these partnerships, and to see what FuneralTech can offer your business, give us a call today at 1-800-480-6467, or better yet, drop by booth 414 at the upcoming NFDA Convention and Expo in Austin, TX from October 20-23. We hope to see you there!
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