SalonZAP: A mobile service designed for today’s progressive cosmetologist.
Web-based mobile software service.
It is designed to put the power of mobile computing in an intuitive and user-friendly interface. Cutting edge features include: Facebook integration with widgets that allow client bookings and feedback, a cost-effective subscription pricing model and next generation mobile modules. The next-gen modules include bar-code scanning for inventory management, client relationship management and mobile credit card processing.
The base model (address book, calendar, ticketing system and bookkeeping exports) is free and supported with advertising. Bar code scanning and CRM modules are $14.99/month with no upfront fees.
No training is required.
Online support, FAQs. Support is free.
SalonZAP is designed for the independent beauty care professional and booth renter. A management administration layer will be available for the small salon manager. The key unique features and attributes are the mobile, user friendly interface, Facebook integration and our base version is free.
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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