Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, and Macintosh running Windows.
Report graphing, enhanced picture manager (store unlimited pictures for each client now), enhanced wait list, employee reminder system, general ledger supports multiple accounts, enhanced coupon system and improved appointment book color coding.
Solo user is $399. Standard, for smaller salons is $799. Professional, for salons with six employees or more is $1,199. Local Area Network, for multiple computers within the same building, starts at $1,899. Wide Area Network, for chain salons, starts at $2,999.
Free and unlimited web-based training for life. Two hours of free one-on-one training over the phone. Free detailed training videos and in-depth user's guide. Free and unlimited access to our extensive knowledge base. Additional one-on-one training is $69 per hour.
Free and unlimited phone technical support for one year. Free software and hardware setup during first year. Free and unlimited email support for life. Free downloadable maintenance releases for life. Free software updates for one full year. Free transfer of your information from a competitor's product.
Salon Iris is powerful, yet easy to use. With five different versions, itâs great for everyone from booth renters to chain salons.
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)
As he launches The Salon Project within Saks Fifth Avenue, Joel Warren designs a salon concept the elevates hairdressers as artists and gives them more control over the client appointment, treats the client to a more serene, bespoke seamless experience; and streamlines systems allowing for more business growth.
In an effort to continue attracting a young, fashion-forward shopper and drive overall store traffic, JCPenney reinvents its salon concept with The Salon by InStyle while also rolling out Sephora inside JCPenney. Natalie Lockhart, vice president of salon at JCPenney tells us how this strategy is working out.
After hearing Van Michael speak at Serious Business and the Data-Driven Salon Summit, salon owner Jennifer Bellau Baudier mystery shops one of the 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.
When it comes to salon design, the appropriate lighting is one of the most critical design factors and it can impact how your clients feel about your services and your salon. With this helpful blog, Salon Designer Michele Pelafas offers six valuable pointers when it comes to selecting and positioning your lighting.
At the recommendation of another salon, Birds Barbershops' Jayson Rapaport gets into a testing program for Facebook's new Workplace program and discovers a valuable new tool for communicating with the company's 180 employees scattered across nine locations.
At the Data-Driven Salon event, Van Council, co-owner of the Van Michael Salons and Spas in Atlanta, shares how he leverages data for everything, including helping team members and salon locations achieve goals and reach new compensation levels.