Booker is an efficient all-in-one business management platform that lets you run your business with a hitch wherever you may be. With this tool, you can easily access your business round the clock from whatever device. You can access it via your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Booker, as its name suggests, can also allow your customers to book appointments and classes from your website, social accounts or mobile app. Our expertise in cloud-based business management makes us the safe, reliable choice.
As a cloud-based business management tool, you can be sure your important data is safe all the time.
Booker, through land bookings, also helps businesses attract new clients on your website, and on partner sites like Facebook, Yelp and MapQuest. It lets you manage your point-of-sale, payment processing, eCommerce, and gift card sales, all from one platform.
As a management tool, it lets you take control of your employees, customers and inventory data with easy-to-use tracking and reporting tools. And with its retention tools, you can be sure to build lasting relationships with customers.
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