Shortcuts facilitated over $1 million worth of online bookings in July, in a new company record for an industry leader in smarter business technology.
The figure comes after a strong period of growth for Shortcuts clients, with reported revenue from online bookings up 9.49 per cent against June.
Shortcuts CEO Rebecca Randle said the record reflected an increasing consumer demand for online booking in the hair and beauty industries.
“These figures are a fantastic result for our clients and solid proof that Australian consumers are increasingly looking to book their hair and beauty services online.
“As a society we are busier than ever before and allowing people to book with you in their own time is the type of convenience that defines great customer service,” Ms Randle said.
Ms Randle attributed the success of Shortcuts online booking to the smart features built into their unique booking system BookME.
“BookME is fully integrated with the entire Shortcuts system, so the end-consumer can search for and securely book in at a time that suits them, with zero risk of double-booking or overlapping appointments.
“Intuitive, easy-to-use and stylish, BookME delivers the same level of seamless, reliable and professional service customers would expect during their face-to-face appointments.
“It comes down to creating an entire solution rather than a stand-alone product, and these results only confirm that Shortcuts continues to lead the industry in online booking technology, ” Ms Randle said.
For more information on Shortcuts go to www.shortcuts.com.au