Onschedule is an appointment scheduling software targeted to small - medium businesses who want to offer self booking to their clients. It is integrated with Google calendar and outlook calendar so businesses using either can sign up and start offering their clients online booking without having to enter any appointments since they're already pulled from the integration
We are aiming to become the uber of booking appointments. There's a web app for users that we haven't started marketing which we ultimately want to be the go-to for when you need to book any appointment
Our main business however is aiming to sign up many businesses to use our software. Some good businesses are salons, wellness centres, chiropractors, massage therapists, really any business that schedules appointments.
I want to have a very modern and sophisticated feel to the website. I did all of the work to date myself in terms of design.
I want to focus on a very strong demo base to show potential clients now great the software is.
I really love the work of http://Zendesk.com in terms of design and the way they show case all of their demos within the site
I want to get the message across in an interactive and clear way of everything the software can do
Appointment reminders, reducing no shows, self booking, new business from our directory, integrations with Google / outlook calendars, booking right within your website, ability to install on Facebook page and have customers book directory from your FB page, automated marketing (set up parameters like: if x number of spots in a row are available in a row then: email x customers x deal - then your marketing is done for you forever after one setup) as well as email marketing within our dash, access to schedule from any device, ability to limit booking / who can book, multiple user levels (admin, staff, receptionist etc) appointment notes, collect no show fees / cancellation fees if you want, collect payments when someone books if you want. It is endlessly flexible
Looking forward to seeing some designs