What Is Timelypay and How is it Making In-Salon Transactions Easier?

Every salon owner wants an easy solution when it comes to convenient in store and online payment.
Tamara Reid, Global Head of Strategic Partnerships for Timely Business Management Software chats to Anita Quade about the Timely experience.

Tell us about your TimelyPay?

“Put simply, TimelyPay is the most seamless in salon and online payment system for the professional beauty industry, while also providing your clients with an exceptional payment experience. We’re talking about securing appointments with deposits to deter last minute cancellations, processing gift voucher purchases and prescribing retail all with the click of a button. Not only that, but if you have an exceptional client experience by which you would like to charge the clients treatment discreetly, you can do so with cardless checkout, which saves your clients from smudging their freshly painted nails trying to get their card out of their purse, or slipping out of the salon smoothly without spending unnecessary time at the front desk.”

What are the advantages for customers?

“As a past salon director myself I know the pain of not having enough time in the day to get things done, so we’ve removed that barrier for business owners so that your admin tasks don’t have to take a lifetime to action. It’s quick to set up, extremely secure and easy to use, plus, you can manage everything from your Timely account. With TimelyPay you’ll get transparent pricing and no hidden costs. You only pay for the features you use, and you can align your payouts to match your billing and reporting cycles.”

Can you tell us about your global strategic partnerships?

“At Timely, community and industry are at the heart of everything we do. We have six strategic pillars that we go to market with to find suitable initiatives to support and champion. Some of those include;
• Education Partnerships such as relationships with schools for their student salons and our reinforcement for graduates
• Industry Partnerships such as Media Houses like Professional Beauty, Coaches like Jade Weller of Jade Start, Independent Educators like Gay Wardle and Key Opinion Leaders like Gry Tomte of HUD Skin + Body.
• Philanthropic Partnerships such as NFP’s like The Aesthetic and Beauty Industry Council and Charities like Sustainable Salons and Minus18 for DEIB.
• Aligned Companies such as Distribution/ Product Houses and Technology Device Companies.”

For details check out: www.gettimely.com

This article originally appeared in the September-October 2022 print issue of Professional Beauty.

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