Keeping things simple - without compromising quality
Our donations management software is not a theoretical system based on what we think a funeral director may need, but instead is based upon documented tried and tested systems - working today in our funeral director customers. But don't take our word for it, read our testimonials.
We looked in great detail at every aspect, keeping input to a minimum, utilising drop down boxes from lists - that way you can use your own descriptions and language, minimising typing.
Our system is in the Cloud - you have no software to load, store, maintain, manage and backup, our hosting partner remove those headaches. We charge a one off set up and training fee, after which charges are all usage based. This way you can plan for our cost, based upon a per funeral charge. Pricing is fixed and has remained so for four years - our aim is to reduce our per funeral charge, as usage increases - so there's no nasty sting in the tail. Talk to our team today, to see how we can support your business?
Its your service, not our service
Unlike other donation systems:
You determine what (if any) charges for the service are
You retain 100% control of the whole process
Donors stay permanently on your website
The service is totally unbranded
There is a complete reconciliation tool for total accountability
Reporting and communication at the end of the process are fully automated
Get in touch
At Cloudberry, we understand that finding the right software partner to work with is a choice not to be taken lightly. That’s why we offer to come and take you through our system. We also have the facility to provide a test system for you to try it out for yourself.
or call: 01803 229467
Meet the team
Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Funeral directing has forever been a part of my life. My grandfather was a funeral director and my father ran our family business, Daniel Robinson & Sons, for almost 30 years. As a child, I was aware he worked all hours, we rarely went on holiday, and I remember never being allowed to answer the phone ! I worked there during holidays, sparking my interest in business. After university, I qualified as an accountant, progressing to running teams and then companies in the IT/audio-visual sector.
When the last generation stepped down in the early 90's, I joined our family firm as a non-exec Director. I was captivated, it was far removed from what I was used to - I loved the attention to detail and care for our families. I have played a small part in the company’s development, notably through the Investors in People programme. The more I looked at our operations, I knew I could help develop solutions to assist. I had planned to retire early and did so in 2011. I then proceeded to spend weeks, leading to months within Daniel Robinson's, working with the staff, documenting, discussing and questioning every process. The reward for them was a Standard Operating Procedures Manual (which helped us becoming the first funeral directors to attain IiP Gold status) and I secured a blueprint. So I started Cloudberry for my family and so here we are today, processing in 2018 £1.4m in donations.
Contact me at: email@example.com
I'm Mark's son-in-law, and I'm responsible for development and maintenance of our software platform. It's my job to turn Mark's and our funeral director partner's ideas into a simple, user-friendly, robust and flexible software platform, which continually develops in anticipation of our customers' needs.
I've worked in the IT sector for almost 30 years – starting out at IBM, working with Mark for 8 years and then for the last 17 years, I have worked exclusively on Internet applications.
| Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm Mark's daughter and have recently joined our family business working with Dad in helping to develop our sales, marketing, training and customer relations.
After completing a BSC degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies in 2008 I have worked as a civilian member of staff in the public sector in various administration roles over the past 10 years prior to having my son Charlie in 2015. I have always taken a keen interest in my father’s role at Daniel Robinson & Son’s and have heard many a story of how he used to provide hands on help to grandfather when he was a youngster. In fact during my youth I was probably the only teenager who spent school work experience in a funeral home!
I came and worked at NFE 17 helping on the stand and I was instantly captivated, since then as a part of my induction I have spent time at two customers learning more about the ins and outs of funeral directing. I am now also one of the main testers for our product development (along with my Mum!)