Mapping for a great customer experience and streamlined operations
Build customer and community engagement by showcasing your cemetery through high resolution imagery while also streamlining your operations and tracking your memorial locations using state of the art GPS technology.
Cemetery mapping is used to optimize the utilization of space, to manage inventory, to streamline ground works and to provide easy cemetery navigation.
OpusXi incorporates a host of cemetery mapping features to enable cost effective mapping capabilities from leading mapping services such as Google Maps and ESRI.
To back up the powerful solutions, OpusXenta also provide best in class mapping, architectural and geospatial engineering services to ensure you derive the best outcomes from your mapping strategies.
Optimize Your Cemetery Space and Provide Great Customer ServiceWith a never ending need to improve service delivery and to manage revenues and costs, every tool available to a cemetery should be embraced to achieve great results.
Mapping is fast becoming a standard requirement for managing and running a cemetery.
Planning the optimal layout of a cemetery will ensure that the land is used effectively to provide as many resting and memorial spaces as possible.
This assists in leveraging good returns per area while also providing the much needed space in an industry which is under continual pressure to have more available.
Visibility of Inventory
Graphically view and manage your inventory across the entire cemetery or for selected areas.
Provide your sales teams with the ability to view stock availability from their desks or while walking the cemetery and provide customers with a personalized showcase of your inventory to match their specific needs.
Make your grounds teams more efficient through the use of the cemetery maps by being able to find and identify locations accurately.
Ensure that the space dimensions are available to the grounds teams so that they can plan the service without risk of a surprise at the time of excavating.
Easily identify flora growth, age, and root movement to protect against damage to graves and cemetery structures.
View maps anywhere and anytime through any desktop browser and mobile device. All you need is a device and an internet connection (including mobile internet).
Print maps onto daily works documents for the grounds teams and onto location maps for visitors to easily find their way around the cemetery.
Make your maps more interesting for your communities to engage with.