Funeral Industry Press Releases
FuneralCall Answering Service is proud to announce the official release of their Integration API and successful integration with various software vendors including Consolidated Funeral Services, Ionic, and Directors Advantage.
“As the Foundation Partners Group family continues to grow and thrive, this annual conference has provided us with an opportunity for our team members to recharge, reconnect and come together to address some longstanding challenges in funeral service,” commented Jim Ford, FPG Chief Customer Officer.
If a funeral home is not large enough to have a full time aftercare person then most likely nothing is being done to follow up with families. Even with the best intentions, most in-house programs stall or are discontinued when the funeral home gets busy.
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) has launched Director.edu, a new electronic publication that will help mortuary science students gain insight into making their career choice a reality.
Welton Hong, the founder of Ring Ring Marketing in San Jose, California, has signed on to join the faculty of the Eleventh Annual Funeral Service Business Plan Conference, which will be Dec. 8-9 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans.
Funeral Directors Life has recently released a new suite of digital services, DIGicare™ Services, designed to help funeral professionals communicate more efficiently with the families they serve.
In 2016, for the first time, the Legacy.com Network has averaged over 100 million sessions each month and is currently ranked the 38th most-visited website in the U.S. as measured by Quantcast, making it the top online destination for obituaries.
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) is pleased to announce that the following funeral homes have earned the 2016 Best of the Best Award for innovation in the profession:
In an unprecedented achievement, Batesville has received the top scores in all three categories of performance – Product Quality, Service and Innovation – for the third consecutive year in the Funeral Service Insider (FSI) casket survey, published by Kates-Boylston.
Following the acquisition of Aurora Casket one year ago, Matthews Aurora promised it would bring together the best caskets and features from both legacy companies to offer an upgraded, expanded selection to all customers. The products announced today make good on that promise.