It’s so close we can almost smell the brats out of Fenway Park! The National Funeral Directors Association Expo and Convention is almost here and we couldn’t be more excited. Our FuneralCall team encourages you to stop by our Booth.
We’ve said it time and time again - Your Answering Service is the first impression for your funeral home or business. Is their lack of customer service spooking potential customers from following through or returning? Do your research! Here are.
It’s officially FALL; the leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping...Okay, maybe not so much here in the South but we’re ready for it! With all the NEW that Fall brings, maybe it’s time to take a look at your.
They’re all out there; thousands of generic answering services with very tempting prices. However, it almost always ends in disappointment, especially in the funeral industry. Avoid the hurt! Check out these key reasons to choose your Answering Service based upon.
It’s no secret that our FuneralCall Answering Service is just simply the best when it comes to customer service and it all centers around the voices behind the calls. Our Receptionists really do enjoy assisting our clients; these simple acts.
If you’ve looked into hiring a funeral answering service for your funeral home, I’m sure you’ve heard the typical reasons you should try one: 24/7 availability, customer service, first impressions. Here are 3 reasons that may not have crossed your.
If you currently have an answering service for your funeral home, that’s fantastic! What a great way to grow your funeral home and assist your staff. The question we have for you is - Are you happy with your current.
Our FuneralCall Answering Service Receptionists are pretty good at handling calls - I mean, it is what they do on a daily basis! So we thought they could offer some great advice and tips when you’re on the phone with.
A grieving family calling in, a nurse relaying a pick up, a pricing call - these are all in a day’s work for a funeral director. Along with meetings, scheduling arrangements, and directing services, you are bound to miss a.
In the funeral industry, you want to be as hands-on as possible; however, delegating certain tasks can be just as important. For example, answering your own phone calls is one of those tasks that would be better if handled by.