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  • Acuity Scheduling Review

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    Overview: If Acuity Innovation, LLC founder Gavin Zuchlinski has never been nominated for a Son-of-the-Year Award, we may live in a world without justice. Zuchlinski, a seemingly media-shy entrepreneur and software developer, developed Acuity Scheduling to help his mother, Kim, resolve scheduling crises at her massage therapy business. Zuchlinski began working in web development and […]

  • Full Slate Review

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    Overview: Full Slate was created in 2008 by an experienced team of entrepreneurs from the Seattle tech scene. Chris Korol, currently product and marketing manager, originally thought up Full Slate after managing and selling web-based services for many years. Greg Lauckhart, who is involved in several software start-ups and holds multiple patents for web-based software […]

  • BookingBug Review

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    Overview: Glenn Shoosmith left his job as software developer at the Royal Bank of Scotland to become CEO and co-founder of BookingBug in November of 2009. Though headquartered in the UK, the company was also co-founded by Product Director Gregory Bockenstette, who lives and works in the US. BookingBug tries to set itself apart from […]

  • Appointy Review

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    Overview: Appointy began as a software solutions outsourcing company that current CEO Nemesh Singh ran from his laptop after college. In response to his clients’ constant requests for an SaaS-based booking solution, Nemesh and his team began developing the first version of Appointy with $18,000 in 2007. The fully developed software was launched in April […]

  • Checkfront Review

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    Overview: Driven by a vision of relentless product improvement, co-founders Jason Morehouse and Grant Jurgeneit launched a beta version of Checkfront in 2009. Their goal was to create an application that integrated seamlessly into pre-existing websites and simplified scheduling and payments. The company’s commitment to improvement through integrations with other software and responses to customer […]

  • Bookeo Review

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    Overview: Though it has remained a relatively small company, Bookeo maintains a vigorous pace. Within a few months of its release, Bookeo began expanding rapidly, adding languages and features to its basic appointment scheduling platform. In 2011, Bookeo released two additional, entirely distinct products, Bookeo Tours & Activities and Bookeo Classes & Courses, to its […]

  • 10to8 Review

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    Overview: Booking software has a tendency to succumb to feature-creep, meaning these programs tend to do a lot of things beyond scheduling your appointments. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but sometimes it can be challenging to zone in on a product that works for you without piling on costly features you don’t need. 10to8 […]

  • Breezeworks

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    Overview: It’s fairly rare when a product challenges an industry’s conventional wisdom; most are happy to iterate on existing ideas. Breezeworks, on the other hand, aims at an under-served niche and bends its features towards that end. Breezeworks is a cloud-based scheduling program for small businesses whose specialists work out in the field rather than […]

  • Square Appointments (BookFresh) Review

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    Overview: Formerly an independent enterprise named BookFresh, the (relatively) small program was acquired by merchant services provider Square in 2014, and has since been rolled into that company’s infrastructure. BookFresh.com now serves primarily as a landing page for Square Appointments, an application that functions within the larger framework of Square’s SaaS offerings. Although Square Appointments […]

  • Timely Review

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    Overview: Timely caters to a frequently overlooked but growing market–freelancers who need to structure their time. It does this, in part, by using a project system which separates tasks into completed/uncompleted blocks (as opposed to using the strictly appointment/resource-based approach you’ll find in most similar products). The little team, New Zealand-based team behind Timely have […]

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