Allow your customers to book from your website, social media, in-store.
Let us put your business in front of more customers. With Occasion’s built-in social integrations and customer sharing channels highlight your brand and reach more customers filling up your calendar with bookings quickly.
Allow your customers to share their purchase and invite their friends via Facebook and other social media referring you to more customers.
Post a last minute special or promote early bird sign-ups with our built-in integrations with Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest increasing exposure to potential customers.
Enable customers to send a private link via text message inviting their friends to your business.
1. Run your back-office
Run your business efficiently with a full-featured backend. An actionable dashboard of your sales, trends, and traffic helps you make the right choices for your business. Use pre-formatted reports or build reports from scratch to quickly track your business performance.
2. For Your Front-Desk Staff
Accept bookings in-store and over the phone from customers using our virtual POS.Give staff the ability to easily pull rosters and reschedule customers. Use the CRM feature to build a customer database and track their purchasing habits.
3. Automate With 500+ Integrations
Automate your accounting and bookkeeping by integrating Occasion with QuickBooks, Xero, and more. Grow your email subscriber list by connecting with your email marketing software like MailChimp, Constant Contact and more. Create more automated workflows by connecting your Occasion account with hundreds of other softwares.
We’ve helped our customers sell over $14,000,000 worth of classes and events.
“We are absolutely convinced that because we use Occasion we have more customers who feel comfortable buying from us. Last year, the business was expected to experience 15% growth; instead, after switching to Occasion, growth is up 40%.”
“I don’t know how to run my business without Occasion. Almost everything feels automated. It’s easy for me to be on the train coming in [and manage cancellations]. I go to the Planner, click on their name and press Cancel. That, in and of itself, the ability to do something [while] not sitting at my computer, is big.”