On September 4th-5th, ASD will be hosting an Advanced User Training Workshop led by our partners at Passare, the funeral profession's only collaboration software. The workshop will take at ASD’s headquarters in Media, PA. ASD is proud to be integrated with Passare, which allows funeral professionals to collaborate with families and team members anytime, anywhere, using any device.
Ask any director their least favorite aspect of working in the funeral profession and most will answer, “death certificates.” From data entry challenges, to issues with Drs. causing delays, to problems with state filing systems, there are a lot of reasons to detest the D/C. How do you deal with all these death certificate headaches? We think laughter is the best medicine & we’ve got your remedy.
For years, funeral professionals have needed a solution for the problems they experience when using cell phones for business text messaging. MobileFH™ Texting finally puts an end to so many of the on-call dilemmas funeral professionals experience, giving ASD clients more control, better privacy, enhanced communication, improved organization and so much more!
With the right mindset, and the right tools to help you, summer doesn’t have to be a 90-day window that closes the moment it opens. Mobile technology allows funeral professionals to simplify tasks and keep a finger on the pulse of the business at all times without sacrificing their freedom. ASD can help you reclaim your free time and conduct business stress-free from anywhere in the world.
ASD is pleased to announce the recent promotions of employees Renee Mancer, Ana Lopez and Tish Baker. Renee’s addition to the HR team will provide our company’s growing workforce with additional resources, ensuring staff understand all of our company benefits. As Training Supervisors, Ana and Tish will similarly provide new employees with the training they need to develop and refine their skills.
Jul 30, 2019
ASD Family-Member Owner and Vice President, Marty Czachor Jr., recounts the experience of attending the 2019 International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Convention in Charlotte and learning he needed emergency heart surgery. (Originally published in the July issue of ICCFA Magazine).