POS, client relations management (CRM), online customer scheduling, e-mail confirmations, integrated e-mail marketing, text notifications, inventory management, scheduling, employee management, reporting. Technological advantages: Any operating system, no servers or networks.
First 30 days free, no contract, month-to-month service Monthly service charge: 1-4 chairs or service providers: $29-59; 5-10 chairs or service providers: $69; 11-15 chairs or service providers: $79; 16-20 chairs or service providers: $89; and unlimited chairs or services providers: $99.
Yes. Scheduled weekly setup webinars and training webinars are unlimited and free. Participating manufacturers get the product upload and online set-up guide, printed set-up instructions and a userâs guide. There is an optional in-salon/spa set-up for $750 per day.
Unlimited phone support, 7 days a week, 7am-11pm CST, built-in text message support 8am-6pm CST, Mon-Fri., 24/7 severity 1 support. All included in monthly service fee.
Rosy is a 100% web-based product designed specifically to manage salons and spas with all the standard features of a salon/spa management software. In addition, Rosy leverages internet technology to deliver features like online customer scheduling, e-mail confirmations, e-mail marketing, access from any internet connection, automatic updates and support- All for a low monthly service fee, and with $0 start-up costs.
When it comes to running an efficient, productive and profitable business, salon software is your most critical tool. This brief guide introduces you to the software players in the professional beauty industry. (Links below will open in new window)
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