Paperless client flow process, paperless recommend system, PDA/telephone workstations, client loyalty points system, gift card processes, voice/text/e-mail confirmations, client bookings online, pre-books tracked by technician and front desk, self-service kiosk, targeted mass e-mails, payroll sliding scale incentives, advanced CPM reporting system.
Starts at $169 per month, plus $500 - $1,000 setup, training and installation fees. Monthly price depends on system. Prices are flat, will not increase if more workstations are added.
4 hours of web-based training sessions are included. Additional training hours and CDs available. Enterprise environments with multi-locations require additional training and implementation services.
24/7 emergency support and upgrades are included in monthly subscription fees. Userâs guide available for download. Online support available through e-mail and direct connect to customer support representatives.
Enables owners to have little capital outlay. Online support available through e-mail and direct connect to customer support representatives. Dial the support extension and speak to a live person. All support is tracked by a case number in a customer support database and not closed until there is resolution.
Hands down, your salon software is the most critical tool for managing
and growing your business. This guide helps you evaluate and compare
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