Tattoo studio software:
Manage your tattoo artists
Every tattoo artist gets to see it's own calendar
In the screenshot above you see how TG’s digital calendar for your tattoo studio looks like for a shopmanager.
They see all the artists, and all bookings of those artists.
In the next picture, you see how a calendar looks like for a separate artist. When an artist logs in, he/she can only see their own appointments.
Or for artists who quit your studio, but have to finish a few last customers. You don’t want them to quickly draw a customerlist and take that with them.
Can they make their own bookings?
Depending on how your studio works, you want only the reception to make bookings, or only the artist, or a mix of both.
If you have an artist who relies solely on the bookings you make for them, but they tend to reshedule clients too much so it interfers with your shoppolicy: not allowing to make their own bookings is also not allowing to move existing appointments around.
Almost in every case you would just give your artists those rights.
In our own studio we used this settings once for an artist who was totally not tech savy. So preventing him from clicking somewhere accidentaly and loose stuff.. this was a perfect limitation. 🙂
No need for paper logging anymore.
In most studio’s, tattoo artists are paid as a percentage of the total gross income they made.
With TG you can add the percent your artist gets into the system. And then when your artist makes his invoice to you, or vice versa, you can easily draw list for the desired time frame. This list includes all tattoos made by the artist, total price, the share for the artist, etc..
It helps you in being transparent towards your artists, they appreciate that!
Default deposit amount
One of the details you can set per artist, is his default deposit.
For a beignning artist you might charge 50$ to your customer as a deposit, but for your experienced and more expensive artists you can charge eg. 150$ deposit.
TG sends automated e-mails with a payment button to your customers, to collect a deposit. So this email will ask the correct amount.