New Pet Cremation Service Software Hits Market
Mobile BIS, the leading developer of software for the pet cremation industry, has announced the debut of a new suite of software called the Pet Cremation System (PCS) StandardPlus program.
The new software provides enhanced services designed specifically for the needs of pet crematories, including an array of Smart Phone Tracking capabilities.
“The StandardPlus software fills a gap that the industry has been asking for,” Mobile BIS President Michael Macho explained. “It is an invaluable upgrade to the Standard version previously introduced and utilized by crematories world-wide,” he added.
At the same time, Mobile BIS has announced a significant reduction in the cost of new installations of the Standard software. “We are responding to the market demand for efficient systems tailored to the budget constraints of smaller crematories,” Macho added.
Both the Standard and StandardPlus suites offer an array of convenient features that automate and enhance the operations of crematories, including web-hosted data bases, inventory management, engraving modules and much more.
“The PCS software systems are virtually the only programs available expressly designed for pet cemeteries and crematories,” Macho added “We’ve invested years of development effort to deliver these programs to this industry, and we are very pleased that the community has so broadly embraced the software.”
About Mobile BIS
Mobile BIS, a division of BIS Computer Solutions, provides software applications and solutions for mobile devices — smart phones and handheld computers — to automate a company’s operations, accelerate responsiveness of its field and transportation personnel and maximize customer satisfaction. Mobile BIS is an Oracle Certified Partner and a member of the Oracle Development Alliance. Its mobile solutions are developed and implemented using the Oracle 10g database and Oracle 10g lite mobile application server. A global technology firm, it maintains offices in Los Angeles, New York, Italy and India.
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