Passare Unveils New Provider Website
San Francisco, CA – October 19, 2015 – Passare®, the industry’s only cloud-based funeral arrangement and collaboration platform, recently announced the launch of a new website designed for funeral service providers at provider.passare.com.
“Passare’s consumer-facing website offers many tools and resources for families, but has been deficient in information for providers who may wish to learn more about Passare’s SaaS-based platform,” said Kris Seale, President of Passare. “This new website was created to help funeral service providers learn more about Passare’s unique solution for enhancing their service to families in the digital age.”
The new website features in-depth information on the Passare platform, including how Passare works, the benefits of using Passare for funeral directors and families alike, and how Passare is helping clients reimagine the funeral experience.
“We are thrilled to unveil this new website which we feel offers a lot of insightful information to funeral providers,” said Jay Thomas, CEO and VP of Passare. “Actually, one of the most frequent questions we are asked is, ‘What is Passare?’ This website does an excellent job of making it easy to find answers, especially if you’ve heard about Passare and want to learn more. Because there is nothing else quite like Passare on the market, it’s one of those things that you really have to see for yourself.”
To learn more about how you can use today’s technology to surprise and delight the families you serve, go to provider.passare.com.
Passare, Inc., is a privately held Software as a Service (SaaS) company offering the only cloud-based funeral arrangement and collaboration platform in the funeral profession. Passare’s online system is helping funeral directors reimagine the funeral experience for the families they serve. With Passare, funeral directors can connect and communicate with families anytime, anywhere, from any Internet-connected device. To learn more about Passare and our nationwide network of funeral providers, please visit provider.passare.com.
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