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Rosy Salon Software Announces Google Pilot Partnership

Stacey Soble | August 31, 2017 | 1:56 PM

Rosy Salon Software is pleased to announce a new pilot partnership with Google. With a click of a button, Google users will be able to book salon and spa services directly through Google Search and Google Maps. In the early stages of deployment, this program should translate to more new customers for Rosy Salon Software customers once it’s running at full scale.

 Known as Reserve with Google, this new and free service will work hand-in-hand with Rosy’s Online Client Scheduling feature, which is part of the offerings for the basic service. Online Client Scheduling allows salon and spa clients and potential clients to book appointments online 24/7 from any device through the salon’s website, mobile web app or Facebook business page.

“We’re excited to have worked with Google on this project from its earliest stages as an initial launch partner,” states Rosy Salon Software Founder Jim Bower. “We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to help salons and spas to grow their businesses and this program provides some very promising and unique opportunities to do just that.”

 About Rosy: Founded by former salon and spa owners, Rosy Salon Software is a comprehensive suite of cloud-based scheduling and business tools with features designed for salons and spas. This service leverages the latest technology and allows users to build deeper relationships with clients while increasing their revenue and profitability. Rosy, SalonRunner, and Floydware are registered trademarks of Floydware, LLC.

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