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Shortcuts Salon & Spa Software

Alison Alhamed | July 10, 2011 | 1:38 PM
Shortcuts Salon & Spa Software

Shortcuts Salon & Spa Software
Fax: 562-491-1602

Newest Product
24ON Suite
Platforms Windows
Key Features
Set & Forget Marketing, BookME Online Booking, ConnectME Remote Access, BackMEup Online Backup. Integrated marketing to the client database for targeted marketing, automatic scheduling, sophisticated search mechanisms, additional connections easily added.
Cost Set & Forget Marketing: free
BookME Online Booking: $30/month. ConnectME Remote Access: $895, includes setup and training. BackMEup Online: $19.95/month.
Training Set & Forget: 1-hour free consultation-online tutorials. BookME: 1-hour training part of $295 setup package—includes configuration. ConnectME: Setup and training free.
Tech support
User’s guide for software, front-desk procedures, training manual, configuration guide, cheat sheets. 24/7 phone service for a fee, unlimited dial-in and online support.
Take note 24ON Suite’s BookME Online Booking is also available on Facebook, with control mechanisms to ensure the owner remains in control of the appointment book.

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. (Links below will open in new window)

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

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