EDGE are the UK market leader in the supply of software solutions to cemeteries, crematoria, markets and local councils, specialising in paperless, cloud-based solutions and digital modernisation.
EDGE’s cemetery and crematoria management solution – Epitaph – has been developed by highly skilled software engineers and bereavement services professionals. For those who manage cemeteries and crematoria, the cloud-based Epitaph suite provides a platform for you to generate and securely store all your statutory registers, maps, accounts, letters and forms.
The latest addition to EDGE’s portfolio is AdvantEDGE Markets & Events which delivers paperless administration and harnesses a market’s website to provide traders with an online service to apply, sign their licence agreement, upload certificates and book & pay.
Chris Edge, CEO at EDGE IT Systems said, “We look forward to APSE members benefitting from our range of 10 software modules which includes disaster recovery and escrow as standard, which are available via a direct award to the Everything ICT procurement framework instead of going to tender.
"EDGE support is practitioner lead and Epitaph support includes ICCM qualified staff led by Peter Linsell who has extensive knowledge of cemetery and crematorium management, gained over 25 years working in the field, and Peter is an APSE approved consultant.”
Mo Baines, APSE Chief Executive, said, “With over 30 years’ experience, EDGE has developed a well-earned reputation for enhancing and transforming organisations through its world class integrated software solutions and IT support. We are therefore delighted to welcome EDGE into the APSE family. We are in no doubt they will bring much needed insight and technical knowledge to the sector; making things a whole lot easier for death care providers.”
EDGE are assisting NABMA, the National Association of British Market Authorities, with software for the next phase of the APSE performance benchmarking project for UK markets.
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