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The Eulogica funeral software has been around for more than 13 years and is currently installed in around 300 locations in some 200 funeral organisations across 3 countries. Our UK business was established in 2003 and the software has been running at a number of British funeral homes since the summer of 2005.

Invitation -> Meet, share & discuss!

Meet some Eulogica users on the stand at the National Funeral Exhibition (NFE). Ask them about their user experience, share ideas and join the discussion!

Inspector of Funeral Directors - Scotland

Natalie Mckail has been appointed by the Scottish Government as the first ever Inspector of Funeral Directors in Scotland.

SAIF bids fond farewell to Linda Jones

After many years as the Administration Manager for SAIF, Linda Jones has recently retired from the post.

Happy Easter

We wish you all a very happy Easter!

20 year anniversary

We are proud to announce that our sister company, Intelligent Software AS in Norway, was officially registered on 9th April 1997 making it 20 years old on Sunday.

Eulogica's Christmas gift

Regular readers of our newsletter will know that Eulogica have been supporting an orphanage in India for a number of years. Now the institution gets a new home!

British Institute of Funeral Directors Conference 2016

The first weekend of November saw the 2016 BIFD Conference take place at the Old Swan Hotel, Harrogate. The weekend saw the conclusion of Eulogica client Clive Pearson’s year in office as President.

NAFD Conference 2016

The weekend of 19th May to 22nd May saw members of the Eulogica team attend the 2016 NAFD AGM at the Europa Hotel in Belfast. This is the first time the NAFD conference has been held in Belfast.

SAIF AGM Banquet weekend 2016

The weekend of 11th to 13th March saw members of the Eulogica team attend the 2016 SAIF AGM at the Vale Hotel near Cardiff.

How To - Find All Work Done By A Supplier

Sometimes a minister or other supplier may want to know what work they have done for you, or maybe you want to see who you use the most for certain jobs. This type of analysis can be done easily in Eulogica.