"Extremely user friendly"
"Brilliant, it saves me so much time"
Run a high quality practice, have Sunday afternoons back.
One online platform to connect your 5 core tasks: bookings, client records, notes, sessions, invoices. Reduce time spent on admin by up to an hour every day.
No need to switch between calendars, video software, filing cabinets, and notebooks. Session notes, history, and files are all connected within your client record. Your calendars synced to avoid double booking. Essential client communication taken care of, so no more email ping-pong. Host encrypted video sessions with no software to download. Send invoices in a few clicks.
Everything you need to run your practice easily, affordably, and professionally.
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Use dedicated tools for scheduling, client management, notes, video session and more...
Copy and paste your booking link anywhere you need it
Set the rules and watch your client fill-up your agenda!
The right information sent to your client when any changes are made!
And finally, make sure your clients turns up with email & SMS reminders!
Everything in One place, not all over the place.
Managing your practice is challenging especially when: you have regulations to comply with, so many profiles online to reach clients, and lots of apps that are managing diaries, notes and resources. Being an Octopus isn’t fun when its all the time.
But, from the moment you use isosconnect: you can be more compliant, your diary management is automated, and you can easily improve your accessibility online, for a better business performance. With all your client notes organised, and searchable so that you can even get answers from your own data. An online solution for a therapy business today.
Practitioners who have taken the plunge have drastically changed their practice for the better
"The idea that someone can see your facebook page or website and click one button for me to receive the enquiry details straight to my account is amazing, along with an email reminder, I don’t miss a thing."
Dr Catherine Steele