Management Practices

Love Story

Stacey Soble | July 10, 2011 | 3:09 PM

Ask a roomful of salon owners, who their right-hand man (or woman) is and many will cite their managers or their lead stylist. But if they really think about who is responsible for managing all the details of their business, measuring their success, encouraging their staff to meet new goals, implementing their marketing and keeping them on track, most would mention their salon software.

In fact, the emotion a salon or spa owner feels for their management software can be so strong, it inspired a new contest for Harms Software, the maker of Millennium. From now until March 15, Harms is inviting owners to share their story of why Millennium is or could be their Perfect Match. In 500 words or less, share the heartwarming characteristics of Millennium and why he could steal or has already stolen your heart, and you could win prizes that value up to $13,000. 

For more details and the rules of the competition, click here.

To find out more about the competition, listen to Stacey Soble's interview with John Harms, founder and president of Harms Software.

Love StoryJohn Harms with Stacey Soble

John Harms, president of founder of Harms Software, shares the details of The Perfect Match competition for Harms Millennium software. Find out how to win prizes worth up to $13,000 simply by sharing your software love story.

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