Zenoti software allows Bounce to gain greater insights into business performance and streamline inventory to grow their business.
Mercer Island, WA (June 27, 2016) - Zenoti, a leading cloud software provider to spas, salons and med spas, today announced that Bounce, a high-end chain of salons, has chosen Zenoti to manage and grow their business. Spalon, Bounce's parent company, will leverage Zenoti’s comprehensive platform to manage eighteen locations. The company also operates other reputed brands such as Kanya, Oryza and Cut It Out. Bounce is rapidly expanding in association with global hair care major Schwarzkopf Professional. Key drivers for the changeover to Zenoti stemmed from a need for more comprehensive reporting, enhanced inventory and employee management capabilities to support their expansion plans.“Running a multi-location, multi-brand business, we needed comprehensive reporting capabilities to gain visibility into performance at the corporate and the salon level,“ said Sandeep Kumar Singh, CEO of Spalon. “We also needed to streamline inventory management. Zenoti turned out to be the perfect solution. The software incorporates the best business practices in the industry, and we're excited to adopt a modern software and explore the extensive functionality it offers.“Bounce plans to harness Zenoti’s robust employee management capabilities for everything from tracking biometric check-in and check-outs, to scheduling and calculating employee commissions. Additionally, Bounce managers will be equipped with Zenoti's mobile app to collect and manage feedback in order to improve customer satisfaction.Zenoti streamlines inventory management with a structured approach, enables growth with a powerful marketing tool kit and provides the Bounce team with standardized as well as ad hoc reporting capabilities.“Spalon needed to bring all their brands onto a single system with strong multi-location capabilities, and Zenoti proved to be a great fit,“ explains Sudheer Koneru, Founder & CEO of Zenoti. “The Bounce team was highly engaged throughout the evaluation, and their belief that the right technology could add immense value to growing their business was apparent.“About Spalon IndiaSpalon India Pvt. Ltd., founded in 1982, owns and operates a chain of beauty salons and wellness centers under the brand names Kanya, Bounce, Oryza and Cut It Out. Bounce is a premium beauty salon that specializes in hair care, beauty and nail care services, and partners with global hair care major Schwarzkopf Professional. Kanya offers beauty and wellness services, Oryza provides a plethora of holistic treatments, while Cut It Out delivers hair styling facilities. It also operates Bounce style academy to teach and develop professional hair stylists.About Zenoti Founded in 2010, Zenoti was launched to provide an all-in-one business management solution for the spa and salon industry, notoriously plagued by a lack of software robust enough to support the entire business eco-system of operational tasks. Founders, Sudheer and Dheeraj Koneru, experienced first-hand the difficulties in running a chain of spa, salon and fitness centers and reached back to their roots in enterprise software to build a powerful, cloud-based solution that was simple, easy to use.Today, the Zenoti platform is engineered for reliability and scale, using enterprise-level technology made available to businesses of all sizes from the single location brand to chains with over 200 outlets. Zenoti currently powers thousands of spas and salons in over 30 countries. Zenoti affords the ability to seamlessly manage every aspect of a business from online appointment bookings, to billing through a POS, CRM, employee scheduling and payroll, inventory management, building and deploying marketing promotional and sales campaigns and more. Zenoti clients are able to increase customer retention, customer spend and cut down on costs.The company is headquartered in Seattle, USA and has 7 offices globally, in the cities of Seattle, Melbourne, Jakarta, Kuala Lampur, Manila, Hyderabad, and Dubai. The company has received $6 Million in funding from Accel Partners.