ASD to Host Passare's Free Advanced Training Workshop
Aug 26, 2019
ASD is pleased to host an Advanced User Training Workshop led by our partners at Passare, the funeral profession's only collaboration software. The workshop will take place on September 4th-5th at ASD's headquarters located in Media, PA (about 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia).
Passare helps funeral directors to collaborate with families and team members anytime, anywhere, using any device. The workshop will delve into some of the latest features released by Passare as well as advanced user training. The free seminar will include lunch, snacks and dinner on the first evening of the event. This workshop is ideal for current Passare customers who want to get the most out of their subscription, but the session is also open to any funeral professional who is interested in attending and learning more about our partner’s solutions.
“These workshops are an opportunity to get a look at the funeral profession’s most advanced collaboration software,” said Jay Thomas, Passare CEO, who will be leading the workshop. “We have implemented so many updates to the Passare platform lately that this is a chance for our customers to come together and learn about how to get the most out of the latest features in Passare. We are also excited to be able to open this session up to anyone who is interested in learning more implementing collaboration software in the funeral home. Feel free to join us for either of these workshops! Space is limited, so please reserve your spot now by registering for the event at www.passare.com/workshop.”
ASD is proud to be integrated with Passare through our FuneralSync Program™. This integration allows Passare clients to transfer funeral service information to and from ASD or pull First Call information directly into their system. Like ASD, Passare is committed to helping funeral directors enhance their communications and streamline tasks with the latest technology. The collaboration platform is the only software solution for funeral professionals that allows families to communicate with one another and their funeral director in real time, which enhances customer satisfaction and gives families the tools and flexibility to enter information at their own pace.
About The Author
Jess Farren (Fowler)
Jess Farren (Fowler) is a Public Relations Specialist and Staff Writer who has been a part of the ASD team since 2003. Jess manages ASD's company blog and has been published in several funeral trade magazines. She has written articles on a variety of subjects including communication, business planning, technology, marketing and funeral trends. You can contact Jess directly at Jess@myASD.com