From client bookings to reports on product usage, find out what's going on inside the latest silicon chips for salons.
Millennium by Harms Software
One interesting feature of Millennium is an employee goal sheet. Owners can make salary and commission goals for each of the employees, with breakdowns on various sales and services.
Millennium offers a series of salon-focused software programs that have recently been acclaimed for their ease of use, technical support, and for the one-year customer satisfaction guarantee, where Harms will reimburse 100% of the purchase if a client is not satisfied with the software’s performance within the first year.
The appointment book interface books appointments in intervals of five, 10, and 15 minutes, and has an upsell popup feature where pre-written scripts come up during booking, instructing the receptionist on other services and goods a client might be interested in. This can be a notification for a service upgrade, like a standard manicure having a paraffin dip upgrade, or a retail sale, like a top coat or hand lotion. The register also has a multi-client ringup capability for speedier check outs.
For more information go to www.harms-software.com.
Rosy by Floydware
Rosy has a special pop-up feature during checkout that makes suggestions for retail sales based on the client’s personal buying history. An example would be if a client has just had a manicure and purchased lotion in the past, Rosy then might suggest the newest lotion in inventory to see if the client is interested.
Rosy by Floydware is a web-based salon software that works with any operating system or hardware, and can be subscribed to online at a monthly rate. The software itself helps increase efficiency with its automated booking, statistic reports, and marketing capabilities, and the software updates everything in real time so owners can check their salon’s status at any time, and from anywhere.
The appointment booking interface can check clients in and out quickly and easily. The receptionist simply clicks an open time slot and types the client’s name and service, and when the client arrives, the one-click feature automatically opens the sales ticket, links it to both the client and employee records, and sends it to the front desk with all the amounts filled in. Personalized reminders can also pop up to help enhance the service. So techs can know if a client has a favorite polish color, nail style, etc.
For more information go to www.getrosy.com.