The Spa-Salon Manager includes integrated e-mail and text messaging to your clients without a per-text charge. Appointment scheduling, point of sale, inventory and hundreds of reports.
$495 for a single user; 4 Userâ$695; additional users at $50 each
The purchase price includes one-year technical support including all software updates. On-site training along with phone training with internet support. Telephone and internet training are free. Utilize remote software to allow to see your screen and talk at the same time. This allows for excellent training sessions that are usually scheduled for two hours each. We do not limit the number of training sessions. On-site training is priced at a flat rate of $1,000 per day plus expenses.
One-year technical support is included with the purchase price of the software. Technical support is available from website or from call center.
The Spa-Salon Manager is designed for small to large hair and nail salons and medical spas. Selling software based upon the number of employee gives you the same software as larger salons without the expense. Online booking allows customers to book appointments 24/7. Customized e-mail artwork allows to submit your artwork request choosing from our supply of professional graphics to incorporate message and logo.
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)
After hearing Van Michael speak at Serious Business and the Data-Driven Salon Summit, salon owner Jennifer Bellau Baudier mystery shops on of his Van Council locations in Atlanta and comes home with a list of management ideas.
At Serious Business in January, a panel of four owners of multiple salons spoke to the audience about the power of will and how it has affected their careers. As successful salon owners, Van Council, David Wagner, Debra Penzone and Eveline Charles employ hundreds of stylists and support staff. They have seen it all, and offered the audience valuable advice on hiring a staff that will build up your business’s culture.
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With a few hundred employees across three states, Robert Cromeans has gotten so good at reading individual staff member's performance data, he says he can predict how well they are doing in their personal lives, as well as at work.
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