Memorial Business Systems (MBS) was formed by a cemeterian in 1983 to provide an affordable, standardized, industry specific software package for deathcare providers. At the time program development began, microcomputers were just making an entry into the commercial market and there were no commercially available software programs designed specifically for the unique needs of cemetery and funeral home/ cemetery combination offices. For example, applications designed to handle the management of trust fund accounting, determination of commissions, managing pre-need sales and handling of installment sales weren't there. MBS saw and filled the need.
As the oldest continuous company dedicated to deathcare specific software, we have grown to become one of the largest suppliers in the industry. Currently we serve several hundred clients throughout the US, Canada, and Central America. Going beyond a pure software focus, MBS is also industry focused as shown by our membership and leadership in all levels of industry organizations worldwide. It is our dedication to this industry and its members, that pushes MBS to offer an ever broadening, user centric solution set. MBS offers a software suite designed by members of this industry specifically for the industry.
Memorial Business Systems is in business to provide software and services designed to improve the operational efficiency of our customers.In support of this, we are committed to:
As an organization, MBS strives to be more than the sum of its individual parts, but when the quality of each part is high enough, each element deserves recognition in itself. We encourage you to learn more about what makes up MBS, Inc today.
"We want to thank you and all your staff for the hard work they put in on our maps. I know for a fact they were not easy. Vickie, Tom, Cathy and Jan were great to work with. I also want to let you know that Jan is such a valuable employee to your company. She is very knowledgeable about your systems and always willing to help someone. I am very pleased with your systems. Nexus is a wonderful system to work with and I can't say enough about the mapping system, except, I don't know why we waited so long to get it."