While strategizing and planning can feel like a burden on top of all your other day-to-day tasks, assessing the needs of the salon can guide you towards the most efficient and effective solution. With the right technology partner, applied discipline and a proactive approach, you can make the most of even limited resources to focus on growing your business.
The Salon Today 200 Technology honorees realize that embracing the latest software or tech tool is like adding a new manager to the team. Today's technologies keep schedules fully booked, motivate the team, recruit new clients and market to existing ones.
DaySmart Software, a provider of business management software supporting small business growth, announced a new all-in-one front desk solution combining the company’s award-winning business management software with Elo touchscreen and POS systems.
As one of the owners and a lead educator/coach of the Summit Salon Business Center, Michael Cole is in a unique position to observe how some of the best salons leverage social media to grow their businesses.
At the first Salon Digital Summit in Los Angeles, Phorest's Chris Brennan helps salons navigate online reviews—mastering the techniques for soliciting for client reviews, as well as handling negative ones.
Shedul.com was rated as 2018’s best salon software by Capterra, a Gartner Inc. company. The platform came out on top in all three rating categories for salon software; most popular, most affordable and most user-friendly.
With Rosy Software and SalonInteractive, a salon finds a direct way to reach clients with her branded message, while a closed system for online retailing offers a data-protecting solution that keeps the professional in the equation.