Game Changed: Parting Pro Launches for Forward-Thinking Cremation Providers
San Francisco, CA – May 19, 2017 – Parting Pro, the funeral home management software specialized for cremation providers, has officially launched the first proven software that helps close more shopper calls, make more money, and sell more merchandise.
An internal study conducted by Parting found that funeral homes lose 75% of their inbound calls. Poor sales practices and understaffed funeral homes have led to more lost cases, smaller total bills, and lower annual caseloads than ever before.
With the increasing amount of phone calls now coming from shoppers, funeral homes are required to talk to more people to close the same amount of cases. Parting Pro is challenging forward-thinking funeral home owners to generate additional revenue from these phone calls by providing them with the first funeral-specific sales tool that puts the customer first.
“Parting Pro helps me put families first by offering quick and easy-to-use online checkouts which increase conversions and the basket-sizes of my cremation cases.” says Andy Rumph, Owner of Woodlawn Cremations in Indiana.
Partnering with some of the smartest industry professionals, Parting Pro has created a legal, compassionate way to help forward-thinking funeral homes adapt to today’s consumer’s expectations.
“We set out to design a simple funeral management software that turns the entire staff of a funeral home into all-star salespeople. I can guarantee it will make you look better to the families that contact you and will win you more business.” says Tyler Yamasaki, CEO of Parting Pro.
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