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Study Shows Six-Figure Beauty Pros Save Time with Technology & Reinvest It in Their Business

A common feature of successful beauty professionals is their use of technology for scheduling. They save, on average, over two hours a week and then they turn around and put that time into client service, marketing and business building.

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Tips for Fitting in Returning Clients

The term ‘triage’ is being used to describe how stylists are assigning degrees of urgency to their client’s needs; some may be clamoring for more attention than you’re able to give, right away, so be strategic in how you work, says this colorist and salon owner.

Smart Scheduling: Chatbots Can Increase Bookings, Reduce No Shows

To optimize time and resources, salons may want to consider using smart chatbots, easy-to-use software that conducts conversations with clients through text messages. This technology has become increasingly affordable and provides enhanced flexibility for salons.

What Will It Look Like When Salons Reopen?

During the great shutdown created by coronavirus, stylists have spent time guessing at what a return to work will look like because, at this point, no one can know with any certainty. Here are possible scenarios from industry experts.

Genbook Helps Stylists Maintain Focus and Elevate Experience

Entrepreneurs need to find solutions to streamline their businesses so they can attend to their clients and their craft.

Increase Salon Security and Data Safety With a POS Software System

Salon management software keeps your client information and financial data safe and secure while reducing the risk of fraud and theft.

Salon Management Software: Price Comparison

Salon POS software systems are available at different pricing levels to accommodate different sized hair, nail, and skincare salons and spas. See how pricing tiers compare for 11 salon software providers.

How Much Does a Salon Point-of-Sale System Cost?

Salon POS solutions range in price from free to $200/month and up. Typically prices are based on the number of users, and there may be additional costs for installation, hardware, and payment processing.

Do I Need Salon-Specific Business Management Software?

Whether you manage a one-person salon or a large chain, a salon point-of-sale (POS) system that meets your business’ specific needs provides vital help with payments, scheduling, reporting, and more.

Salon Point-of-Sale Systems Improve the Client Experience

Salon management software helps strengthen your relationship with clients by raising the bar on customer service at appointment time, as well as helping you stay connected between visits.