PlotBox Partners with Wellington City Council in New Zealand

PlotBox partners with Wellington City Council in New Zealand to provide a digital solution for their cemetery operations, enhancing efficiency and customer experience.

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World-leading cemetery software provider, PlotBox, is delighted to announce they've partnered with Wellington City Council in New Zealand, to provide a brand new digital solution for their cemetery operations.

With over 107,900 plot records, Wellington City Council operates two cemeteries - one in Mākara Valley and one in Karori. Mākara Cemetery, set on 84 hectares of semi-rural land in the Mākara Valley, is Wellington's principal cemetery. Karori Cemetery is New Zealand's second largest burial ground, covering 40 hectares. In addition to these, Council maintains two closed cemeteries, located at Bolton Street and Tawa Flat.

Headquartered in Ireland and with offices throughout the United States and Sydney, PlotBox is the leading cloud-based death care management solution that facilitates death care organisations, such as cemeteries and crematoria, in operating to world-class standards through the use of their cloud-based solution.

Wellington City Council are embarking on this exciting enhancement to their cemeteries' records management and how they undertake their operational activities, through moving their information to the PlotBox solution.

In the words of Elizabeth Reddington, Wellington City Council Cemeteries Manager: "Using PlotBox will enable our cemeteries team to manage our cemeteries more efficiently and focus on what's most important, and will reduce pressure on staff by using up-to-date, innovative technology. PlotBox's people share our vision to ensure good customer experiences and to always be adapting to change."

Sean McAllister, PlotBox CEO commented, "We're really pleased to partner with Wellington City Council. We look forward to enabling them and the citizens of Wellington to have access to data they can trust, at any time, from wherever they are."

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