Terradise Computer Systems was founded in 1983 and incorporated in the State of Ohio on January 1, 1985. The company is based in Cincinnati, Ohio and provides custom software for the death care and other industries.
Current president David Haldeman started providing software for funeral homes in 1983 . The company continues to write and customize vertical market software, including the SBT Accounting System and proprietary software for jewelry manufacturing, fire and rescue, cemetery, monument companies and other Microsoft FoxPro projects on a contract basis.
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David Haldeman grew up in family owned business and has carried forward the values of service to customer, quality in product and honesty in dealings. He was educated as a music teacher and taught public school music for 5 years. In 1972 he purchased a meat stand at Findlay Market in Cincinnati with his wife Karen. After learning to program personal computers in 1982, he sold the pork products business in 1985. From that time, David worked to develop accounting applications, specializing in funeral home software. Since the mid-80’s, Terradise Computer Systems has served many types of customers, including jewelry manufacturing, appliance repair, manufacturing scheduling, commercial trucking, firehouses, rescue squads and cemeteries.
Specialties: Intimate knowledge of funeral home operational details applicable to computer software, extensive FoxPro and other computer software knowledge.