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Technology in the Salon Industry with Mark Jackson from DaySmart

Elizabeth Jakaitis | July 9, 2014 | 8:15 AM

WE ASKED INDUSTRY LEADERS TO TALK ABOUT WHAT TECHNOLOGICAL AND INDUSTRY TRENDS THEY SEE ON THE HORIZON AND HOW THEY THINK THESE CHANGES AND INNOVATIONS WILL SHAPE OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS IN THE FUTURE.

Technology in the Salon Industry with Mark Jackson from DaySmart

“In the future the salon industry will continue to see developments in areas such as mobile, cloud based systems, and social media marketing. But the next significant technology trend will be salon software that will combine these individual technologies into a salon management software capable of streamlining nearly every part of a salon’s business. For example, in the newest release of Salon Iris, salon owners can leverage an integrated  email and text messaging service to automate their monthly marketing campaigns, client appointment notifications, employee notifications and online booking communications, which include social media plug-ins.  As technology continues to evolve, Salon Iris will keep building powerful, yet easy-to-use software.”

--Mark Jackson, President of DaySmart Software Inc., Creators of Salon Iris Software

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