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Full Slate Named ABMP's Preferred Appointment Scheduling Software

June 10, 2011

Full Slate has been chosen by Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) as its preferred appointment scheduling software. As per the announcement from ABMP, an exclusive benefit will be offered to the trade organization’s more than 77,000 members in the form of a special pricing on Full Slate.


In a release, Mary Heinz, manager, member benefits, ABMP, said, "We evaluated a lot of online schedulers and chose Full Slate because it's really easy to use, and they provide outstanding customer support."


Online scheduling has been integrated by ABMP into its "Find a Therapist" search engine on Massagetherapy.com. Full Slate's online scheduler can be also added by ABMP members on their own websites and Facebook pages.


Matt Hsu, who owns and operates a bodywork clinic said, "The booking widget integration into my website was seamless. Unlike a lot of the other services I've tried, Full Slate has a clean look that can mimic your own site without hassle."


Clients are able to see when a therapist has openings with Full Slate’s online scheduler. They are also able to make their own appointments directly from the web. A "new appointment" is received by the therapist either via email or text message. Before confirming the appointment, the therapist has the option to review, thereby maintaining full control of their schedule.


The advantage of Full Slate’s standard free trial can be taken by ABMP members apart from the 40 percent discount. The online scheduling software can be therefore used by businesses for free until clients make ten appointments online. A setup coach is also provided by Full Slate. This will help businesses to get started with online scheduling.


After learning about the discount for ABMP members, licensed massage therapist and registered nurse, Sinthea Hunt, switched to Full Slate. According to Hunt, setting up of Full Slate was easy. As compared to the online scheduling software previously used, Full Slate was easier to work with due to its more intuitive interface.


According to ABMP, as Full Slate offers a more comprehensive package, the organization decided to change services. This package is also more beneficial to ABMP’s members and their practices.


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Carolyn John is a Contributor to unified communications. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.

Edited by John Lahtinen

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