Wallingford, Oxfordshire, February 20, 2018 – Jonas Software (“Jonas”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of What Applications Limited (trading as “WhatSalon”), a leading mobile-first, booking software platform for the hair and beauty industry.
WhatSalon makes booking hair or beauty appointments easy, fast and fun. Find a new salon, see beautiful imagery, read reviews, search by the service you want and book instantly with your favourite stylist. “WhatSalon is a growing and robust salon, spa and beauty software platform that increases visibility for businesses while making it easier for consumers to search and find their next service or treatment. The acquisition of WhatSalon puts Jonas at the forefront of technology leaders in this space” states Scott Saklad, Group CEO at Jonas.
David O’Flynn, CEO of WhatSalon said “The acquisition of WhatSalon by Jonas is a strong endorsement of the WhatSalon team, our investment in innovation and our service to the beauty industry. It is a natural progression for us to deliver on our vision of becoming the OpenTable for the entire beauty industry. With the immense knowledge and resource base that Jonas provides, we can look forward to a very exciting future ahead.”
WhatSalon is a mobile marketplace that shows you the hottest salons that are closest to you. You can search by service, enabling you to find a salon in your area that offers exactly what you need. Browse beautiful imagery and read trusted reviews to get a better understanding of the salon before ever booking an appointment.
About Jonas Software
Jonas Software operates over 75 independently managed software brands around the world, providing them with the strategic guidance and financial security required to be leaders in their respective markets. From its roots formed in the construction and club management markets, Jonas Software’s reach has grown extensively within the fitness, membership, hospitality and industrial verticals. Today, Jonas Software is proud to supply industry-leading enterprise management software and related services to more than 70,000 customers in 20 vertical markets.