Rocky, Chronicle’s Digital Cemetery Consultant in the US, recently attended the California Association of Public Cemeteries (CAPC) Conference in Monterey Bay on March 23-25. Through Rocky, this is the first time Chronicle has attended a conference in-person in the US. Thus, we were excited to learn about the needs of the industry and to network with other stakeholders. So, here are some of the key takeaways from his experience at the conference.
Learning about Industry Needs
Through several sets of presentations on the conference agenda, Rocky had the opportunity to learn about the needs of the industry. In addition, the conference had several informative presentations on the agenda. For instance, it covered topics such as cemetery management and legal. Moreover, the presentations were informative and insightful. They provided a better understanding of the challenges that cemetery managers and operators face on a daily basis.
Networking at the Exhibition Sessions
During the exhibition sessions, Rocky had the opportunity to open a table and meet with many people interested in what we at Chronicle do. Moreover, it was great to connect with cemetery managers and operators. Particularly those who are looking for a better cemetery software management solution with efficient and advanced features. Additionally, it was also an excellent opportunity to build relationships with other stakeholders and vendors in the industry.
Meeting Antonio Mendoza from Artesia Cemetery
During the conference, Rocky was pleased to meet Antonio Mendoza from Artesia Cemetery. To remind you, Antonio was once invited to be our guest speaker for a webinar last November 2022. In fact, Antonio was enthusiastic about the webinar and shared his positive experience with Chronicle’s software management solution. Therefore, Rocky was thrilled to hear that our software had helped improve Artesia Cemetery’s operations, Also, he was pleased to meet someone who had benefited from our product.
The CAPC conference was a great opportunity for cemetery professionals to learn, network, and gain insights from others in the industry. Whether you are a cemetery manager or operator or simply interested in the industry, attending conferences like this one can be a valuable way to stay up-to-date on the latest developments, connect with others in the field, and learn from the experiences of others.
If you would love to connect with us, too, there is a more convenient way for us to talk. We could have a chat about your cemetery needs through the following link.