Passare Announces Integration with Frazer Consultants
ABILENE, TX – MAY 30, 2017 – Passare®, Inc. is pleased to announce an integration with Frazer Consultants, a web design company that offers cutting-edge personalization and technology products to funeral professionals.
“Frazer Consultants has worked closely with us at Passare to develop a one-of-a-kind integration that is helping our mutual clients save time and gain efficiency by eliminating redundant data entry,” said Chris Baber, Vice President and Chief Product Officer for Passare. “Our goal is to make the funeral planning process as simple and as seamless as possible for both funeral professionals and the families they serve, and this integration helps us provide that seamless experience.”
Passare offers the only collaboration software in the funeral profession, which allows for real-time communication between funeral directors and family members. Passare’s cloud-based platform is accessible anytime, anywhere, from any Internet-connected device. This platform allows funeral professionals to manage cases and stay in close contact with the families that they serve.
With Passare’s integration with Frazer Consultants, funeral directors can send the data gathered on a case such as the obituary, vital statistics, friends & family, and much more straight to the funeral home’s Frazer website and Tribute Center with just the click of a button. The integration will save time spent on duplicate data entry and reduce errors for funeral home clients.
“Frazer Consultants is excited to partner with Passare to provide funeral professionals and the families they serve with meaningful experiences,” said Matt Frazer, president of Frazer Consultants. “Both Frazer and Passare share a common goal of making the funeral planning process as efficient as possible for funeral professionals while providing more value to families, and this partnership is just one more way that we can do that.”
“Frazer was great to work with,” added Baber. “They went above and beyond to make this the best integration of its kind.”
Passare is helping funeral professionals all over the nation reimagine the funeral experience. Passare is the industry’s only collaboration system with integrated case management. Only Passare allows families and funeral directors to collaborate on arrangements anytime, anywhere, from any Internet-connected device. Passare helps families and funeral directors communicate better throughout the funeral planning process, leading to increased customer engagement, higher levels of satisfaction, and a better overall experience for funeral professionals and families alike. To learn more, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us online at provider.passare.com.
About Frazer Consultants
Launched by Matt Frazer in 2003, Frazer Consultants designs fully custom websites for funeral homes and offers personalized stationary, DVD video tributes, holiday ornaments, temporary grave markers, webcasting, and other products and services. With innovative technological solutions, Frazer assists funeral homes in offering the highest quality service to their families. Their staff is made up of highly skilled professionals who are dedicated to making things easier on funeral professionals and the families they serve.
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