The team at Chronicle is staying true to the goal of allowing members of the public to engage with their communities and cemeteries more meaningfully and easily as the company releases a new, mobile-friendly update for their cloud-based cemetery software platform. The update will further simplify processes for cemetery managers while offering people a richer, simpler, and more meaningful experience in the quiet heart of their communities.
“This is such a significant change from how things have always been done,” says Matthew Borowski, Founder of Chronicle.
Over the years, a plethora of solutions have been developed to help cemetery managers as well as communities to further enhance the experience of both parties. However, many of the available resources do not effectively address the concerns of users, which is where Chronicle has been helpful in recent times.
The Australian-based company has helped in digitising more than 150 cemeteries in different parts of the world. The new mobile-friendly update that includes a streamlined, optimised smartphone platform will enable cemetery visitors to find burial plots easily. It will also help to simplify the work of cemetery managers, especially in maintaining accurate records even while on-site, enabling them to edit, rectify, or add information and images to plot records on-the-go using their mobile phones.
The update will promote a more-deeply rooted sense of grounding and connection with the deceased, further reiterating Chronicle’s commitment to constantly developing their platform to enrich the lives of their clients and communities. There is also the live walking tour feature of each cemetery and instantly-accessible information about an individual laid to rest in a particular plot. Visitors can also learn and feel the stories of those who have passed – while at their headstone.
Chronicle continues to enjoy rave reviews from different categories of users for its amazing features. “I used to bring my tablet on-site to walk around and edit records but now I can use it on my mobile phone too. This is great!” – Janelle Chapman, Senior Regulatory Officers of Cootamundra Gundagai Regional Council (CGRC), NSW. “Walking tour is fabulous. We will be able to send the URL link of the plot to people’s inquiries to their phones.”
For further information about the update and the groundbreaking cemetery management solution, visit – https://chronicle.rip/. Chronicle can also be found across social media, including LinkedIn and Instagram.
Chronicle was founded by Matthew Borowski, to promote community engagement and simplify cemetery management with powerful, intuitive software. The goal of the company is to offer user-friendly daily management tools combined with interactive mapping technology to allow the public to find their loved ones or reserve a plot for future use.