Charlie Reese

charlieinthe6

SaaS founder @ https://t.co/mAVdyqb7sj Former tech and product lead at RBC Ventures, software developer at Tulip, and investment banker at Wells Fargo and Rothschild.

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You've built a very pretty site! I love the gif and the design of the landing page. The puzzle piece visual eloquently summarizes what the product is about!

I think you should increase your prices; Unbounce, which has a lot of overlap with your product, has much higher prices for similar features: https://unbounce.com/
Interesting product!

Are you going to support charging credit / debit cards? How are you going to support free invoicing if you have to pay interchange fees?
@charlieinthe6 Thanks for the question. Yes, we are going to be supporting credit and debit card later this fall. While the invoicing software remains free, users who choose to accept credit cards would still have to pay those interchange fees. We'll give the user the option to pass those to their customer. With that in mind, your customers can also pay with their bank account without paying those card interchange fees.
@tomzaragoza Thanks Tom! Design isn't my strong suit, but the application is almost ready for customers!

Join our waitlist and I'll email you when you can start using it (and you'll get a sweet 20% discount)!
@tomzaragoza it's all about helping small appointment-based businesses get interested customers in the door. Sometimes that's by reducing no-shows through automated appointment reminders, or through automated check-ins, or through automated review requests!
@tomzaragoza Check out our Sketch prototype at the link below to see what the application will look like when it's done (you can click through it)!

https://sketch.cloud/s/RWOOx/a/dQpoG3/play
@charlieinthe6 We also provide a public interface for users to make appointments (and receive automated appointment reminders and follow up) which looks like this (you can click through it): https://sketch.cloud/s/RWOOx/a/jAMdPb/play
@charlieinthe6 We also provide a public interface for users to make appointments (and receive automated appointment reminders and follow up) which looks like this (you can click through it): https://sketch.cloud/s/RWOOx/a/jAMdPb/play
@ericampearson Thanks Erica! It was either this or exotic dancing
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@LogzHouston thanks Logan!

Clientelify is all about helping appointment based businesses (like dentists, since we are HIPAA compliant) book and perform more paid appointments with interested customers. It is easy to set up and use, and doesnt require any integrations to work.

The two main use cases are scheduling (which automatically sends calendar invites and appointment reminders to clients) and message scheduling.

The scheduling has both a public facing and private interface for booking an appointment. The public interface is important because it allows interested customers to easily book an appointment without having to send an email or pick up the phone. Most small appointment based businesses still dont have this functionality, and they frequently miss out on interested customers!

The message scheduling helps by reducing no-shows through automated text / email appointment reminders, scheduling automated text / email check-ins, and sending automated text / email review requests.
@akabalabanov great question!

Through a myriad of design / infrastructure / architecture implementations and processes (e.g. encrypting, securing and keeping private any health information).

Check out this article to get a better idea what this involves: https://digitalguardian.com/blog/what-hipaa-compliance