Taking appointments by phone ties you and your clients down. Give them the freedom to book classes online, wherever and whenever they want. Fill your calendar without putting your clients on hold.
Take payments beyond the transaction. Booker’s integrated point of sale makes it easy to accept all forms of payment. It ties every sale to a client record, so you have more insight into your clients and your business.
Booker’s cryotherapy spa software takes care of your booking, billing, payment, management, and marketing...so you can take care of your clients.
Stay on top of your business, without getting bogged down. Booker streamlines how you manage your business, putting everything from your appointment calendar to your reports in one place, accessible from anywhere.
Loyal clients are the key to your business’s success. Booker’s automated, intelligent marketing tools fill your calendar and keep your clients coming back.
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“Do I love being free of pencil and
paper? Oh yeah! Scheduling,
organization, purchase history,
employee hours, and totals, all at my
fingertips. Do the clients like it? Yes,
especially the text and email
alerts/reminders. (Gone are the
time-consuming days of calling clients
the day before!) Long Live BOOKER!!!”
“I switched to Booker and the options for Marketing,
e-newsletters, and merchant services are great! It is easier to
make appointments, and the customer service is awesome I
would recommend Booker to anyone.”
“I cannot say enough about the quality
of service that I have received with
Booker! This is hands down the best
money that I spend each month for my
business. The marketing features are
fantastic and I have now integrated my
payment system as well. Totally worth
“One of the best business decisions I
have made in over 20 years in the
industry was switching to Booker.
Great product, great support. The
online integration, scheduling, and gift
certificate sales puts Booker at the
top. Their ability to allow clients to
schedule services online puts them in
a class by themselves.”