How Software Helps Streamline Business Operations

Boersma, Thom
May 2012
Skin, Inc.;May2012, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p34
The article focuses on the significance of business management software in streamlining the operations of spas. Business management software aims to make spas more profitable and manageable. It notes that spa management software helps skin care facilities become successful and more streamlined through workload reduction and business information centralization. It also provides spas a place or outlet where they can maximize their efficiency.


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