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Revenue Calculator for Salons

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 5:25 PM

Mindbody has just introduced their new Real Results Calculator, a tool to help salons calculate the increased revenue and reduced expenses they might achieve when they use the software.

“We have years of hard data demonstrating the double-digit revenue increases our business clients typically experience when they use our software,” said Meg McCall, director of marketing at Mindbody. “We’ve taken that data and put in into a calculator that provides multi-year revenue estimates for salons thinking about making the switch to Mindbody.”

The calculator factors in projected revenue that can be achieved when salons use online appointment booking and retail sales; client management and marketing features of the software; time and expense savings from the automation of (formerly manual) administrative tasks, such as returning phone calls or producing payroll; and long-term projected revenue for salons who participate in Mindbody University. To try out the Real Results Calculator go to mindbodyonline.com/real-results.

Revenue Calculator for Salons

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