OpusXenta Blog

Who Moved my Data?

Who Moved my Data? Breaking Down Information Silos in Death Care

 "Who moved that information?" "Where did you find that number?" "Which version did we work on last?!" These can be universal phrases in an organization that has information silos. Inventory, bookings, customer relationships, mapping and marketing – perhaps they're all managed in different systems right now. Some records may even be paper-base...

Unlock Your Potential

Unlock Your Business Potential: Why Comprehensive Reporting is Important

In any cemetery or crematory, having a comprehensive overview of your business is essential to maintaining a sustainable operation. Whether you need a snapshot of your financial position or projections for the year ahead, an indicator of the current state of company assets, or need to ensure regulatory compliance, there are many reasons why bu...

Looking beyond

Beyond Challenges: Turning Change and Disruption Into Opportunity

In business, it's easy, and certainly comfortable, to maintain the status quo. But when you take a long hard look at our industry—or really any industry—you realize that change is a constant. Disruption is a given. And uncertainty is certain. But despite all the challenges coming our way in the death care industry—there is great opportunity. If we ...

The Cost of Dirty Data

The Cost of Dirty Data in Death Care

It's believed that dirty data, or bad data, costs the US economy a staggering $3.1 trillion every year, according to an IBM survey. Dirty data is no small problem – and unfortunately, the death care industry is not immune to its effects. If you're using digital cemetery software, funeral arrangement software, or marketing automation software of any...

Blog-how-important-is-business-intelligence

So how important is business intelligence to your business

Can your company ignore Business Intelligence's massive growth? Business Intelligence seems to be the current big catch phrase for how companies should be managing their data and the term has saturated the internet in recent years – but what does it mean for your business? Basically, Business Intelligence (BI) is a technology-driven way to analyse ...

Managing your BI data to ensure accuracy

For many companies, making better use of data will be how they differentiate their services in the future. For retailers, this could be based on smarter algorithms for product recommendations; for manufacturers and logistics companies, it could be more effective supply chains that deliver better results for customers. However, giving people across ...

North America

San Francisco - Dallas - Orlando

United States Toll Free: +1 (833) 236-2736

Europe

United Kingdom

United Kingdom National: 0333 772 1682

APAC

Sydney - Melbourne - Brisbane - Auckland

Australia Toll Free: 1300 994 853
New Zealand National: 0800 493 611