Booking and Reservation

Booking and Reservation

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  1. Magento 2 Booking and Reservations
    • - Create booking & reservation products
    • - Set available time slots for services
  2. magento-2-hotel-booking-extension-icon
    • - Easy to create hotel room types and packet for each one of them.
    • - Easy to create price rules for all packets (special dates, recurring time)
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  3. magento-2-appointment-booking-extension
    • - Create appointment booking product from scratch
    • - Manage timeslots for appointment
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  4. Extended Support
    • - Information advices from professional supporters
    • - Support in real time via chatbox with small issues
  5. Rental System
    • - Set rental periods for products by hours or days
    • - Set advanced rental period and maximum rent duration for rental products
  6. magento-2-event-ticket-extension
    • - Create multi-venue, multi-date events
    • - Create multiple ticket types and options

Secure part your revenue with Magento 2 Booking and Reservation

If you are working in the service industry, chances are that you may get too many customers at peak times, while at during off-peak times your store gets no customers. This makes your revenue stream inconsistent, as well as making it difficult for you to manage your service capacity. In addition, there is also the issue of order cancellation. Customers may change their mind when you are trying to provide your service to them. You have already committed your resources to servicing your customers, but they left before you could deliver it to them. Your revenue is lost.

Understanding these problems, we have created Magento 2 Booking and Reservation extension. This plugin allows customers to deposit money to book and reserve your service. To book a service or products, customers just need to choose that them to choose a specific time, location as well as the particular staff responsible for delivering them the service. This helps store managers to secure part of their income in case customers decide to stop buying the services, minimizing revenues lost from cancelled orders. By requiring customers to make a deposit, store managers will reduce the chance that customers will cancel their order at the last minute.