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Plotbox | Cemetery mapping software: the key to unlocking your inventory

Let’s start with a simple question.

How well do you know your inventory? And while we’re asking - how easily can you access that information at any one time?

Cemetery operators frequently tell us that managing their available inventory poses a significant challenge. Often, that is as a result of lack of visibility, a lack of control and low confidence in their data.

That may be for a number of reasons: disjointed systems, outdated practices, old or inaccurate plot maps or historical records, changes in record-keeping over time, or even the loss of institutional knowledge through staff attrition.

For cemeteries, knowing exactly what you have and where you have it at all times is a necessity - without easy access to accurate, reliable information, cemetery operators may not only be putting themselves at risk, but limiting their ability to remain sustainable.

Which brings us to why verified digital mapping is so important for cemeteries in unlocking their inventory.

Dearly Plaques & Memorials | Memorial Gift Vouchers

Thinking of new products and services is the best part of my everyday! In trying to make these simple, affordable memorials more readily available for the consumer I stumbled onto the thought of a voucher.

A Dearly Gift Voucher is virtual and is for the person you love who is incredibly sad at the death of a loved one. They have flowers and food and visitors surrounding them and you would like to provide something as well, something different, something incredibly personal that will have meaning and last forever.

NSW | Community Building Partnership 2022 grant round

The NSW Government is investing in infrastructure projects that deliver positive social, environmental, and recreational outcomes, while also promoting community participation, inclusion and cohesion. If you have got an idea for an infrastructure project that will enhance facilities, meet community needs and increase community participation and inclusion, the next grant round opening on  16th May 2022 may be the opportunity to get it done!


The articles listed here are from the Google News Aggretator. They are a verbatim copy and as such are subject to the conditions of aggregated news published on this website.

Cemeteries & Crematoria NSW (CCNSW) is a statutory agency supporting and regulating the interment industry, assessing interment needs and developing planning strategies for cemetery space. CCNSW also provides information to the public.

CCNSW was created in 2014 under the Cemeteries and Crematoria Act 2013.

CCNSW is a member of the Cemeteries & Crematoria Association of NSW

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This section contains articles and links to articles about all manner of art projects in cemeteries an memorial gardens

News about architecture and design in cemeteries, crematoriums, memorial gardens etc..

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