"We benefit from implementing Eulogica funeral software"

“Eulogica Funeral Management Software offers a degree of customisation and an easy learning curve not seen elsewhere”, says Barry Albin-Dyer, F.A. Albin & Sons Ltd.

The way we work

Bespoke Funeral Management Software has always been available from IT consultants, but the costs have usually been prohibitive for all but the largest companies. This, however, is all about to change!

Eulogica - because every funeral is different

Eulogica is more than a funeral software package in a box. It is a bespoke solution, delivered as a subscription service, personalised to your needs and backed by a lifetime commitment to support.

Welcome to Eulogica

We believe the most important focus for any Funeral Director is to serve families in the most caring and professional manner possible. Eulogica can help to achieve this. Eulogica is all about Bespoke Funeral Software - that is, we adapt the funeral management software to your business, not the other way around. This requires not only a flexible and adaptable software framework, but also that we spend time understanding and analysing your business.

Eulogica has a history going back around 15 years and the funeral management software is currently installed in around 400 places. Our UK business was established in 2003 and the software has been running at a number of British funeral homes since 2005. We also work in 4 other countries. We believe our success has been due to our commitment to technical expertise and continuous development, coupled with excellent personal client support.

 

Stories

Steve Rowland Running London Marathon 2014

Once again, Steve will be running the marathon in memory of his late sister, Melanie Walkling who passed away in April 2012. He is raising funds for St. Christophers Hospice who looked after Melanie during the last weeks of her life and The Brenda Kirby Cancer Centre who provide care and assistance to cancer sufferers in New Addington and the surrounding areas.

Bristol Funeral Directors Visit Lodge Brothers

Bristol Funeral Directors were part of the original user involvement group set up to help develop the Eulogica funeral software for the UK market. Over the years they have had their Eulogica funeral software tailored further to suit their needs. However, the software was only ever installed at their head office in Bristol. As the number of branches has increased over the last few years they have been looking at rolling out Eulogica to all their outlying branches. To give them an idea of how this has worked in practice, Eulogica's David Wright suggested that they visit Lodge Brothers Funeral Directors to find out their experience of rolling out Eulogica to 40 branches.

We Have A Winner!

Congratulations to Emma Arnold from Gateway Funeral Service, West Yorkshire, who won the Eulogica/Adstate competition. The prize is a 3 day luxury cruise in the Mediterranean. We will have more photos and details later in the year.

NAFD Conference 2013

In 2013, the National Association of Funeral Directors’ Conference was held at the Macdonald Botley Park Hotel near Southampton on 16th-19th May. Eulogica was represented by Client Support Manager, Nick Stokes and Marketing Assistant, Laura de Waal. Attendees were funeral directors and other related funeral companies from England and abroad.

The National Funeral Exhibition - 7, 8, 9 June 2013 Stoneleigh

Every two years the National Funeral Exhibition takes place at Stoneleigh Park.

On 7, 8 and 9 June 2013, once again, the Eulogica and Adstate teams will take part in this exhibition. If you are interested in the Eulogica bespoke funeral software and Adstate web based solution for death notices and memorials, please feel free to come and meet us. You will find Eulogica and Adstate on stand L2 in the link hall.

NAFD Yorkshire Federation AGM

The 2013 NAFD Yorkshire Federation Annual General Meeting was held at the Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford on 27th April, and Eulogica were represented by Client Support Manager, Nick Stokes. Prior to the AGM itself there was an opportunity for attendees to view exhibition stands from various suppliers to the profession, some local and some from further afield.

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