Complete client information database with instant access; point-of-sale cash register with barcode compatibility, wireless capability and optional low wholesale-price credit card processing; detailed booking with colorful, intuitive presentation; online booking option; payroll; marketing tools; analytical reports. Leprechaun offers point-of-sale hardware. Features vary based on level of subscription or purchase.
Subscription cost is $59/mo.
Leprechaun provides live, phone-based training as part of the set-up process and support, as well as a free demo CD available by calling the 800 number or visiting the web site. All training is included with software subscription.
All tech support is live, unlimited phone-based support by college-trained technicians. Support is included with a software subscription.
Leprechaun has hundreds of integrated features, yet is seamless, easy to learn and easy to operate. Our reports provide more than just data â they analyze business progress from sales to staff efficiency to complete year-end summary reports.
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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