FuneralTech Announces Cloud Based Management System
Same look and feel, accessible anywhere
FuneralTech has just launched their industry leading management system on the cloud. The MiMS program that thousands of funeral directors have come to know and love is now being launched on the cloud. Cloud Based MiMS has all of the features that the desktop version offers however you can use any device to access your data including PC/Mac Computers, Tablets and Smart phones. Have you ever needed to look up or add information while at the cemetery, at home or even on the road? Existing MiMS customers can take advantage of all the benefits of a cloud solution without any work on their part.
“Introducing MiMS on the cloud platform has been very exciting for FuneralTech. Not only are we the only company that has a complete solution for those funeral homes that want to keep their data installed on their own servers, but now we have a complete solution that allows the funeral home to run completely online, including integrating to their accounting system and networking their printers. They can also have workstations installed at the funeral home and run only the server in the cloud allowing for automatic back up and security of their data.” adds Mike Hepburn, President of FuneralTech.
“Our goal from day one when we took over Twin Tiers Technologies was to show our valued clients new and innovative software solutions that will make their day to day operations more efficient and convenient. We also wanted to ensure that we are developing products that will help our clients honor the families they serve. We know MiMS is a program that is used all over North America and loved by thousands of funeral directors, so we wanted to ensure that all of our clients can access their families information from anywhere in the world, whenever they need to. The response from our clients has been overwhelmingly accepting of all the new products we are developing for them. Stay tuned for a couple of very exciting releases in September and October.”
The New cloud based MiMS is available to existing customers as an upgrade, or available to new clients looking for a complete management system. MiMS is integrated with all FuneralTech products including their revolutionary new websites and tributes, as well as both The Family Arranger App and The Funeral Planner App. Speak with your FuneralTech Account Manager for more information on how you can take advantage of the professions most innovative and easy to use solutions.
FuneralTech is the funeral professions leader in funeral home management software, funeral home websites, personalized tributes and funeral planning apps. FuneralTech is known for bringing innovative new products to our clients before anyone else. FuneralTech was formally Twin Tiers Technologies but rebranded under new ownership and has been developing cutting edge solutions for the funeral profession that give our clients a competitive advantage online over their competitors. FuneralTech is a global company that operates in the United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom and Ireland.
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