Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, 19 November 2019 – T-MAPY, the company behind the award winning cloud based Assetino asset management suite, has launched an international version of its Cemetery Management Module. Designed to assist with the complex task of cemetery administration, Assetino Cemetery applies proven geospatial asset management technology allowing operators and visitors to identify and locate the final resting place of an individual, manage capacity and maintenance of a facility and aid with ancestry studies.
Assetino Cemetery provides a range of tools intended to help private and public sector organisations effectively and sympathetically manage the administration of cemeteries, graveyards and other internment facilities. From simple searches of burial records to automated management of contracts and fees, Assetino Cemetery is available as an online solution complete with integrated smart mapping.
“Assetino Cemetery builds on more than 27 years’ experience working to develop advanced technical solutions for a range of asset management applications,” commented Milan Novotny, CEO of Czech based T-MAPY. “It is already helping a large number of municipalities reduce the administrative tasks of the day to day operation of facilities and improve the service they provide to the relatives and friends of the deceased.”
The Assetino product suite, including Assetino Cemetery, includes easy to use tools for collecting, recording, interrogating and analysing detailed information about the location, type and condition of virtually any asset. Offering a geospatial approach to asset management Assetino provides users with real-time visibility and intelligence for a range of applications including cemetery management, waste and recycling, water and sewage, etc.
Assetino is already supporting informed decision making and improved service delivery by thousands of users within public sector organisations across Central and Eastern Europe. Real world applications of Assetino include the City of Prague’s online waste management map, the City of Hranice’s web based reporting tool ‘Improve your city’ and the City of Jihlava’s Cemetery Online research tool. These solutions are widely used by members of the public and have been highly praised by the commissioning organisations.
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