Hello Baby! | How an ultrasound business uses 10to8
How a 3D/4D ultrasound business uses 10to8 Appointment Scheduling Software to help soon-to-be parents to meet their new baby.The women at Hello Baby! absolutely love ultrasound. With their 27 years of combined experience, they have introduced thousands of parents to their new babies in a wonderful and unique way. They offer stunningly beautiful color pictures, showing parents their babies heartbeat for the first time in a safe and loving environment.“We love the squeals of joy when our clients find out the gender of their little baby!” Click To TweetObtaining new clients is crucial to their business. While some clients take 2 or more scans to watch their developing baby grow, others opt for just a single scan.To obtain new clients, Hello Baby! uses 10to8 Online Booking, in conjunction with their website and advertising, to turn prospective clients into bookings quickly and easily.“It is our great joy and privilege to share these special moments with you.”Hello Baby! aims to take bookings at times that suit their clients, typically early evenings and at weekends, to offer convenience and flexibility.To do this, Hello Baby! allows their clients to reschedule their bookings online through 10to8, without having to call. Not only does this give their clients the flexibility they need, but it reduces no-shows and helps them fill their calendar.“The free trial was appealing. The functionality it offered is what we needed to run our business.”Hello Baby! was able to get started with 10to8 on a Free Plan, before deciding it was time to upgrade. This allowed 10to8 to grow with their business, and for them to decide that 10to8 offers the features they need.
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Richard is the MD and a director of 10to8, responsible for day to day running of the company. He has been with 10to8 for 4 years, joining after completing a PhD at Oxford. Richard previously worked in the City, and at several technology companies and startups.