Glamplus - SaaS Salon Platform, India

Glamplus - SaaS Salon Platform, India

Company

Glamplus is digitizing SMB salons and spas! Such missionary concepts anticipate a bright future for tech in India. From the traditional offline paper and pen economy to the digitalization of everything. (Amazing!)


Table of contents

The Company in 3 lines

  • Glamplus allows salons to manage customers, appointments, suppliers, etc., through a simple dashboard. It has helped streamline tasks for gyms, spas, etc.
  • The platforms also provide analytical information to help clients better comprehend customer requirements. It verifies the visit patterns, customer insights, etc. It integrates all performance and analyzes the customer experience, making it simple to manage the business.
  • Its experience-based CRM system for repeat engagement has grown to 500 paying clients in less than three months across several Indian metropolitan areas.

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Social Media Profiles: Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin

Headquarters: Bengaluru, India

Business Model: B2B2C

Founding Year: 2020

Number of Employees: 41-60

Core Team Members: Divyanshu Kumar Singh, Rohan Singh, Vatsalya Agarwal (founders)

Revenue Streams: SaaS solutions

Target Market: Beauty and Wellness Salons

Basic Information

The company's headquarters are in Bengaluru. Divyanshu Kumar Singh, Rohan Singh, and Vatsalya Agarwal founded it in 2020. It claims to address the issue with a ready-to-use SaaS platform in the wellness and beauty industry.

Its savvy client base and simple customer interaction solution seek to assist businesses in improving their analytics with a smartphone tap. It assists Solans in running its disorganized credible data to make better-informed decisions.

It could be price, inventory, or personal distribution management. This platform meets the needs of any salon in operation.


Siddhesh Surve

An Enthusiastic Learner! With his roots in Navi Mumbai and a Journalism Background, he aims to connect with readers and share facts about his hobby, "tech in India," and its advancing inventions.