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SalonBooker Expands Team and Software Features

Jan Hillenmeyer | July 22, 2013 | 10:10 AM

SalonBooker, a cloud-based salon management software system for salons of all sizes, has launched a new website and expanded its management team with the appointment of Tanisha Foster  as senior salon product marketing manager.

Foster is an experienced salon industry executive with a background in brand management, salon operations and customer relations.

“Empowering salon owners with a platform that seamlessly automates processes and connects them to educational resources can truly change the trajectory of a salon’s business. I look forward to coupling my salon management experience and technical knowledge to empower salon owners and develop product enhancements that will impact and transform salon operations,” says Foster.

Josh McCarter, CEO of SalonBooker, says, “Our recently expanded management team and continued investment in education and product innovation is critical to achieving our goal of helping salon owners redefine how they run their business. Tanisha brings the ideal background of salon and marketing experience, and we are thrilled to welcome her to the team during this accelerated-growth stage for SalonBooker.”

In the past six months, SalonBooker has experienced triple-digit growth and now powers more than 10,000 salon professionals worldwide. The company has introduced new mobile and tablet applications for salon owners and managers and is planning new enhancements that will increase profitability and productivity. Visit salonbooker.com.

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