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Salon Software Via Web

With everything moving web-based, it only made sense for salon software to make the transition. After years of testing, a product is now available for salons and spas.

Unlike traditional software in which you pay up to $10,000 or even more and receive a few discs and a training manual in return plus the luxury of paying annual maintenance costs, web-based software is user friendly. There are no up front costs and you pay monthly. Best yet, the software is updating frequently giving users the most current version.

This is good news for the salon industry. Salon software is a requirement of doing business and this gives salon owners added flexibility to redirect their funds towards development of their business instead of the software company they are held hostage to.

Web-based software does everything traditional software does such as appointment book, scheduling, retail, bar-codes, commissions and reporting. In fact, one feature that could be a huge surprise is an app for the iPhone. Your clients can load the app and then schedule their appointment using their iPhone.

Training and learning new software is difficult at best. But web-based software is easier to learn and having online training guides and chat makes getting answers to questions simpler. Like cell phones and other electronic devices, most people only use a small percentage of the features. With this package, use what you want.

While we haven't committed to distributing this software to our customers yet, I am interested in your feedback on how you see web-based software helping your business. It's certainly the future and the future is here.

Happy Monday!


Adam Harris was born in coal country, right in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains. His father, Gregory, worked the mines every day and came home to his best friend, Jim Beam. Gregory had many frie


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