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2010 Software Guide: Software Creations, Inc.

Alison Alhamed | July 10, 2011 | 2:40 PM
2010 SOFTWARE GUIDE
Company

Software Creations, Inc.
virtualspaandsalon.com
404-832-4145 ext. 1
Fax: 800-934-5136
[email protected]

Newest Product
Virtual Spa and Salon for iPad and iTouch
Platforms The Cloud – IP Address
Key FeaturesMobility and Customer Service. Recognize the client’s face by a picture, understand their every need, sell more retail and services, pre-book the next appointment, and even let a new client fill in their own information on the handy iPad.
Cost Virtual Spa and Salon is subscription based starting at $225/month with a flat fee and no additional cost per user. It includes an online server, 24/7 support for Virtual Spa and Salon and the Server including daily back up. There is a nominal set up fee and security deposit.
Training Two hour increments over the internet. No need for on-site training. Enterprise environments with more than one location will be quoted.
Tech support
Regular support, 24/7 emergency support, and upgrades are included in the monthly subscription fees. User’s guides are available for download. Online support available through e-mail and direct connect to customer support representatives. Dial the support extension and you are talking to a live person. All support is tracked by case # in a customer support database and not closed until there is resolution.
Take note Virtual Spa and Salon is suited for any size spa and salon. Start small and grow large—one software and an economical monthly subscription fee.
Virtual Spa and Salon Cloud Computing Software:
• New – iPad and iTouch; Client Loyalty Points with Membership; Relationship Management; Group Pay; Multiple Notes and Forms connected to Client Record; Customize your look and feel with online client bookings; Automatically rearrange appointment timing for client’s bookings online; Paperless Tag Team Recommend System; Gift Card; Voice/Text/E-mail Confirmations; and more.

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 Software Guide: Software Creations, Inc.

  • 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.
  • MINDBODY, 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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