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Most cemetery managers have begun to realise that going digital is a necessity. The reasons for doing so may vary depending on the individual – or the team – but
Eco-friendly alternatives to traditional burial are becoming increasingly popular today. Previously, we’ve discussed the environmental and health impacts of traditional burial which tends to involve embalming and the use of
Within the Green Burial – A Natural Way Back to Earth Unless science or some other form of modern-day magic can stop death in its tracks, we’re all going to
Before you fully digitise your cemetery, there are a few aspects to consider as you begin to consolidate your cemetery data – including both interment records and maps with plot layouts. Bringing all these together can take some time, so how do you start? Using free cemetery plot layout tools as a preliminary step in digitising your cemetery and its processes is a great way to begin. Let’s take you through the important necessary information that you need to know as you embark on this journey.
Originally featured in ICCFA’s Memento Mori vol. March-April 2021 Original article can be found, here(linked) DEATH IS INEVITABLE, and so is change. With our feet firmly planted in the digital
Death and taxes, they say, are inevitable. But that tells us nothing of the innovative and curious ways in which death is “celebrated” across the world. Those who work in the world of modern death care today would see funerals and interment connected to cemetery software system and management.