This way we'll know when you're busy and we'll be able to automaticaly insert new appointments directly into your calendar. Set your availability to suit your needs.
Use your existing email provider to send inbound leads an automatic email with a link to your Calendash scheduling page. Optionaly, you can also embed it into your website.
Your prospects will be able to see when you're available and pick a time slot that suits them best. Appointments will instantly appear in your Google Calendar. Both you and your prospects will receive a notification with all the details.
Calendash syncs customers' data with your existing software like CRM, Marketing Automation, Online Meeting, Text Messaging, Customer Success Management, etc.
Include your logo and your entire corporate identity. We strive to continually improve the user experience of your scheduling process.
Do you have a team of 3 or more sales reps? Every rep can have his or her own page based on global settings. Multiple layers of management are already built in.
Send a text message to your customer before the appointment and eliminate costly no-shows. You can also send thank you messages and gather feedback.
Your prospects may be living overseas. Simply send them a link with your available times and we'll take care of the time zones.
Add a time buffer between appointments, disallow last minute bookings, allow more than one customer per time slot, add custom fields for additional customer info and more.
We’ll never bloat Calendash with features you’ll never need. Internal meeting scheduling, discount coupons integration or membership card support will never be on our product roadmap.
A scheduled appointment with your customer is a crucial step in the funnel. Make sure all the customer info is where it should be.
Those of us that have done it before know that making your customers happy isn’t just a good thing to do, it creates all your subsequent revenue down the road – 80% of it. Overinvest in customer success – that’s my #1 growth hack.
Jason M. Lemkin
The first in-app experience your customer has with your product sets the tone for your relationship, and if it’s confusing, overwhelming, or otherwise puts up barriers to achieving success, you’re in trouble.
When customer information is spread across many products (e.g. helpdesk system, analytics app, product database, marketing tool) it limits any given business function.