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Square adds online scheduling service

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The business solution will help businesses save time and make more sales.

| August 11, 2014

San Francisco, Calif. – Square added Square Appointments to its complete register service. Square Appointments is a business solution that makes online scheduling simple and quick for both sellers and their customers.

Service businesses lose sales to no-shows, waste time trying to book customers on the phone, and miss out on potential new customers who prefer the ease of booking online. With Square Appointments, sellers can easily manage appointments, ensure they never miss a sale, and offer their customers a seamless booking experience.

Businesses using the Square Appointments pilot – from math tutors to beauty salons – saw immediate value from the online scheduling system. Out of 200 business owners surveyed, 144 sellers said the system helped generate additional revenue, 124 sellers saved more than 30 minutes per day, and 108 sellers said that now they get 10 percent or more appointments per week.

Square Appointments is available to all business owners for a 30-day free trial and then $30 a month for individual sellers, $50 for business owners with two to five employees, and $90 for unlimited staff. Square Appointments is also available to businesses of every size, even those not using Square Register.

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