We frequently attend conferences and exhibit at trade shows. If you are planning to attend one of the following shows, please take a moment to stop by our booth. We would really appreciate the opportunity to meet and discuss your needs.
2018 Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of Victoria
March 23-24, 2018
2018 New Zealand Cemeteries and Crematoria Collective Conference
April 11-13, 2018
2018 International Cemetery, Cremation, and Funeral Association Convention and Exposition
April 18-21, 2018
Axiom Business Systems Named among 30 Most Innovative Companies of 2017 by CIO Bulletin
For the first time in the industry, Axiom CMS provides a one-stop-shop cemetery management solution. All aspects of the Axiom solution are integrated to operate cohesively and to maximize efficiency in the day-to-day operation of your cemetery. The seamless integration and breadth of cemetery management tools offered in Axiom CMS is seen as an industry first. This, in addition to existing business operation efficiency tools including record keeping, resource management and account keeping, sees Axiom CMS as the unified tool of choice for today’s cemetery manager.
Dear industry friends and colleagues, please see enclosed press release in relation to Axiom’s latest growth strategy. I thank you for your ongoing support of our endeavours to bring innovation to our industry.
Axiom Business Systems is pleased to announce that on July 7th, 2017 the company acquired the ReGen One software, the ReGen One client base and the exclusive world-wide rights to the intellectual property of the ReGen One cemetery and funeral software, and all its derivatives. The Directors of Enabling, (original authors of ReGen One) welcome the opportunity to provide a secure path forward for their Death care clients.
John Field, Axiom’s President states “In taking the decision to purchase ReGen One, our primary aim is to re-establish confidence and certainty to the cemeteries who have invested in the ReGen One solution and to bring them into a long term and secure partnership with Axiom whose business is solely dedicated to serving cemeteries and funeral homes”.
Axiom has been serving this industry segment since 1990, and not only brings a long term, proven track record of service, but also a dynamic and secure road map ahead, as well as an international customer base. Both Axiom and ReGen One have leveraged the strengths of the globally renown Sage Accounting and CRM systems as the foundational building block of their respective solutions.
Frank Garth, representing the Directors of Enabling Vic. Pty Ltd had this to say. “We are seeking to combine the best of both the ReGen One and Axiom systems and hence introduce a best-of-breed solution for global cemeteries. We see this as an exciting and significant opportunity for all involved. Axiom’s 20+ year history in this market space, plus its pre-eminent position as Sage’s international specialist in cemetery solutions, bodes well for a strong partnership for our respective organizations”.
Axiom remains dedicated to its purpose in business to build lasting trust-based relationships, through creating an organizational culture of excellence. The company remains dedicated to the optimum success of its clients, thereby generating quantifiable value for their businesses.
Adelaide Cemetery Authority Takes A Long View On Tech
July 2017 – Article Published on Lifehacker.com
"By the end of the tender process, Saulters and his team settled on working with Axiom Business Systems. Axiom had worked with a number of other cemeteries around the world and was able to put together a solution that took into account Saulters' needs.
Anne Field, a director of Axiom, started working with cemetery operators in the 1990's but the company has grown from that start to be a global leader in cemetery systems.
Axiom's solution delivers cemetery-specific systems that integrate with Sage's ERP system. So, common back-office functions such as CRM, finance and HR are covered with Sage while the CMS software is built by Axiom and integrates." Anthony Caruana
Adelaide Cemeteries Authority again partners with Axiom for state of the art Cemetery Information Technology System
May 2017 - Press Release
After an exhaustive search and rigorous tender process, Adelaide Cemeteries Authority has chosen Axiom Business Systems as their continued business partner to deliver an upgrade of their complete business system needs. This includes an implementation of Sage CRM, the Axiom Cemetery Management Suite, and Axiom Mapping, as well as Sage 300 financials and accounting.
The two organizations began the implementation phase of the project in May, and expect it to be fully installed by October 2017.
According to Mr. Tony Saulters, the Authority’s Head of Customer Strategy and Communication, Axiom was selected for the following reasons:
“The Authority Evaluation Panel’s endorsement of Axiom was unanimous. We were particularly impressed by the level of integration and maturity offered by Axiom’s suite of products, and the clear development roadmap for further enhancements. These factors demonstrate that Axiom is the right choice for the Authority’s current and future business needs.
The Authority is looking forward to continuing and enhancing the relationship that it has developed with Axiom over the past 18 years. This is a significant undertaking for the Authority. A lot of work has already been done and we appreciate that there is a lot still to do, but we are excited by the opportunity to revolutionise our business.”
John Field, Axiom’s CEO had these comments:
“Axiom is honoured to continue its 19 year partnership with Adelaide Cemeteries Authority. Since installing its first cemetery system in Enfield Memorial Park in 1998, the Axiom suite of cemetery modules has grown exponentially both in number and modernized technology. Having a mix of historical and contemporary cemeteries under the Authority’s control, the legacy of the past and the promise of the future are both foundational components in any strategic initiative. Axiom prides itself on its ability to build long term partnerships with its clients, and is therefore is delighted to take this next significant step with the Authority to revolutionize its business. We will continue to work diligently with the Authority to consolidate its position as an authentic industry leader, keen to set an industry benchmark of best practise and excellence in every aspect of its business.”
April 2017 – Article Published in the Catholic Cemetery Magazine
“If you want to enhance productivity, improve quality of family experience etc… then you need to be able to have insight rich data that can be turned into critical information to drive your cemetery operation. Dashboard reporting can give you exactly that.”
Axiom Business Systems Named Among 50 Admired Companies by The Silicon Review Magazine
August 2016 – Axiom Business Systems today announced that The Silicon Review Magazine has named it among the 50 Admired Companies.
“The Silicon Review 50 Admired Companies program identifies companies that provide the most innovative and groundbreaking technologies in the field of Business and Technology that are worthy of gaining recognition and admiration on a global platform”, said Manish Pandey, Editor-in-Chief of The Silicon Review Magazine. The publication has selected Axiom Business Systems based on its innovation, revenue growth, customer reviews and domain influence.
Mount Auburn partners with Axiom for state of the art Cemetery Information Technology System
September 3rd, 2015
After an exhaustive worldwide search and rigorous tender process, Mount Auburn Cemetery has chosen Axiom Business Systems as their business partner to deliver an upgrade of their complete business system needs. This will include a 50 seat implementation of Sage CRM, the Axiom Cemetery Management Suite, and Axiom Mapping, as well as Sage 300 financials and accounting.
The two organizations will begin the first phase of the project in October.
According to Mr. Mike Albano, Mount Auburn’s Executive Vice President & CFO, Axiom was selected for the following reasons:
“Mount Auburn Cemetery is an active place of burial and commemoration, a National Historic Landmark, and an accredited arboretum that welcomes more than 200,000 visitors each year. With our need to implement a new cemetery enterprise system, Mount Auburn has sought out a solution that will add efficiency to our current business practices and provide opportunities for improved customer service. After a thorough review of several cemetery management products, Mount Auburn selected Axiom Business Systems as a business partner. We have been particularly impressed with Axiom’s ability to manage complex business records, its flexible mapping solution, and the ease with which it manages and tracks financial transactions. We have been similarly impressed with Axiom’s management team, which brings a strong understanding of best business practices within the global cemetery industry. We are looking forward to partnering with Axiom Business Systems and implementing their impressive product.
John Field, Axiom’s President had these comments:
“Axiom is honored to partner with Mount Auburn to achieve the ambitious technology goals they have for their cemetery. Being a historical cemetery, the legacy of the past and promise of the future are both foundational components in any strategic initiative. Therefore, the Axiom team is looking forward to bringing its vast experience in best practice cemetery management systems, now operating in Australia, North America and South Africa, to an enthusiastic team at Mount Auburn. We are excited to work diligently together to establish Mount Auburn as industry leaders, who are keen to set a bench mark of best practice and excellence in every aspect of their business”.
Axiom Business Systems: Leading the Future in Cemetery Technology
January 13th, 2015
“Cemeteries hold the DNA of generations, the stories of our ancestors, and the human race. These hallowed grounds are to be cherished as the ‘treasure trove’ of our human journey since the beginning of time”, begins Anne Field, Director and Co-founder, Axiom Business Systems. As part of the legacy and history that cemeteries offer to their communities, they need to manage voluminous archives of paper maps, hand written documents and index cards, which can be centuries old and, in some instances, rapidly deteriorating. As ‘custodians’ of information that relates to the heritage and family lineage of their client families, today’s cemeteries, sometimes referred to as ‘Cities of the Dead’, are focusing on servicing the needs of the living, and their vibrant communities. As such, the modern cemetery client is expecting to have ‘finger-tip’ access to pertinent information, which is leading to a rapidly emerging consumer expectation that cemeteries be up to date with trends in technology and culture.