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2009 Salon Software Guide

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 1:38 PM
Compiled by Alison Shipley

Hands down, your salon software is the most critical tool for managingand growing your business. This guide helps you evaluate and compareyour options. Links below will open in new window.

2009 Salon Software Guide

ClienTrak! Software
CMJ Designs
Crimpers Management Software, LLC
Floydware, LLC
Harms Software, Inc.
Innovative Business Computer Solutions, Inc.
The Mikal Corporation
Milano Software
Neill Technolgies
SalonPro Software
SalonTechnologies, Inc.
Salonware Software
Salon Transcripts
Shortcuts Salon & Spa Software
Software Creations, Inc.


2009 Salon Software Guide

Partnering on Email Communications
Partnering with a professional on your e-mail communications saves time, money and frustration, resulting in a captivating product that tempts existing clients and hooks new ones.

2009 Salon Software GuideIN DEPTH: The Social Networking Revolution
Social networking is exploding online. Don’t be afraid, say pros, just jump right in to create communities and build your business. 

2009 Salon Software Guide
Hands down, your salon software is the most critical tool for managing and growing your business. This guide helps you evaluate and compare your options.

Social Networking in the Salon
Social networking sites help us keep up with news from family and friends, but, used correctly, they also can help you build your business.

Software Case Studies
Various salon industry professionals talk about the business and the impact of software.

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