ASD Releases ASD Mobile 3, An Enhanced Version of Company’s Award-Winning Mobile App
Media, PA—ASD – Answering Service for Directors, the leading funeral home answering service, recently released an updated version of the company’s iPhone application, ASD Mobile. The newly enhanced app, ASD Mobile 3, provides innovative solutions to many of the communication issues funeral professionals experience.
The updated version of ASD’s NFDA Innovation Award-Winning App was officially approved by Apple and released to the App Store during this year’s NFDA Convention. ASD Mobile 3 introduces a fresh look and a new slide out menu that allows directors to maneuver through the app quickly. Clients will notice a new home page when launching the app, which summarizes account activity. The company has also added a First Call section, allowing clients to download or print First Call forms.
On-call directors often unintentionally give out their cell phone numbers and many are forced to carry two cell phones as a consequence of this problem. ASD is excited to introduce a new app feature called MobileFH™ that allows directors to display the funeral home’s phone number as the caller ID when dialing from their cell phone. Directors can keep their personal numbers private and have greater peace of mind knowing they won’t miss an important call from a family.
For directors who have added ASD’s new Live Chat feature to their website, ASD Mobile 3.0 can send a First Chat Alert™ the moment a specific type of chat session is initiated. Using the company’s patent-pending First Chat Connect™, directors can then take control of the chat in progress.
ASD Mobile 3.0 is integrated with many of ASD’s new website features as well, including the ability to leave message notes for other employees. Clients can create an on-call schedule, add information about the funeral home’s local establishments, mark numbers for Solicitor Shield blocking, pay their ASD bill, update the account’s password and more.
“We appreciate all of the funeral directors whose feedback helped us to enhance ASD Mobile 3.0 with new features,” says ASD’s Chief Technology Officer, Martin Czachor, Jr. “Along with always providing compassionate care, funeral professionals expect out-of-the-box thinking from ASD. Our new app is a perfect example of our commitment to innovation.”
ASD Mobile 3.0 is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod and can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store. The company plans to develop ASD Mobile 3.0 for Android over the coming months. To learn more about ASD Mobile 3.0, please call 800-868-9950 or email support@myASD.com.
Family owned and operated since 1972, ASD blends state-of-the-art technology with an extensive, 6-month training program focusing on compassionate care. The company’s custom-built communication systems and sophisticated mobile tools were designed solely to meet the needs of funeral homes. With patented solutions, ASD’s smartphone app, ASD Mobile for iPhone or Android, was recognized as the winner of the 2012 NFDA Innovation Award after revolutionizing communications for thousands of funeral homes nationwide. Discover why more than 45% of independent funeral homes using an answering service have chosen ASD. By offering funeral directors unmatched protection for their calls, ASD has redefined the role of an answering service for funeral homes. For more information, visit www.myASD.com or call 1-800-868-9950.
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