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2010 Salon Software Guide: Korvue

Alison Alhamed | July 10, 2011 | 2:40 PM

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Newest Product
Korvue now supports the iPad, with tools written specifically for the iPad.
Platforms Windows, MacOS X, iPhone, iPad, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX
Key Features
Five specific applications were created specifically for the iPad, focused on certain roles in your operation: service providers, front desk, concierge, store manager, and executive. Some features include real-time upselling of appointments, adding products to appointments, checkouts with credit card processing and electronic signatures, performance charts, alerts, and more.
Cost Korvue Lite: $1,000
Korvue Small Business: $2,500
Korvue Emerging Business: $5,000
Korvue Professional: $10,000
Korvue Multi-Site: $15,000
Korvue Enterprise: $35,000
Korvue Franchise: $150,000
Training Korvue For Dummies book. Korvue has a training mode that doesn’t affect actual data. Amount of free training depends on the version purchased. Training available: Phone, Video, Personalized Online (WebEx), onsite, also mentoring and business consulting available. Personalized employee quick reference guides, personalized training manuals, personalized online training systems.
Tech support
24/7 support is free. Support available via telephone, e-mail, chat, software, online guides, Q&A, and even personalized support team.
Additional details
Korvue is easy to use and there is a version suitable for every size salon. Korvue Lite is perfect for small companies and even a one person operation, and is more powerful than even expensive systems. The Oracle version of Korvue can support even the largest companies.

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)

2010 Salon Software Guide: Korvue

  • ClienTrak! Software
  • Crimpers Management Software LLC
  • Envision Salon, Spa and MedSpa Software
  • Floydware LLC
  • Korvue
  • Leprechaun Salon & Spa Software
  • Mikal
  • Milano
  • Millennium by Harms Software Inc.
  • Salon Iris Software by CMJ Designs
  • Salon Transcripts
  • Salon Zap
  • SalonBiz and SpaBiz
  • SalonTechnologies, Inc.
  • Salonware Software
  • Shortcuts Salon & Spa Software
  • Software Creations, Inc.
  • SpaSalon
  • TouchSuite Salon, by Invenstar.
  • Verasoft

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