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Salonium introduces easy to use software for beauty salons to UK market
Salonium launched web-based salon management software for hair and beauty salons, SPAs and other small appointment-based businesses in UK. Software helps to attract new customers, reduce no-shows and increase revenue.
Salonium can handle the most important salon everyday tasks: store customer information, manage salon employees and their schedules, take online orders and send appointment reminders. Salonium’s distinctive feature is its ease to use - no training required to start using it. And because it’s web based, no installation required, too - so you can start using it straightaway.
Salonium addresses a number of important salon business challenges. Online appointment booking helps attract new customers and grow customer base. Automatic text message reminders significantly decrease late-shows and no-shows - this translates into direct revenue to salons.
Company is on track to launch a new feature in October - an ability to use and manage all everyday information on any smartphone with a touch screen (such as iPhone or Android OS based phone). This will allow beauty professionals and salon owners to manage appointments from anywhere anytime.
Software offering based on a freemium business model. In addition to a free plan, a paid service plan with unlimited text reminders priced only £12 per salon, plus £12 per beauty specialist per month. Paid subscriptions covered by an all-around e-mail and phone support and includes unlimited consulting, set up and maintenance inquiries.
For more information on how beauty businesses can grow revenues with web-based software, visit http://www.salonium.co.uk.
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Salonium, a year-old startup based in Vilnius, Lithuania, produces and markets software designed for a variety appointment based businesses: beauty salons, spas and dental clinics. Software helps to manage employee schedules, customer appointments, marketing & sales tasks, reduces late and no-shows.
Salonium software was publicly released in May 2010 and the web site for UK market was launched in August. Company plans to enter US market by the end of 2010.