What is a good appointment booking software?

by Get Mega Rich 2 replies
Currently my 4 man sales team is using Google Calendar for booking appointments. The downside is that everyone has access to the gmail account and password, and we don't have the option to hire people who wants to work for us from their home because we just feel it's unsafe to give people outside of the office the login to our Google Calendar as well.

I am currently looking at setmore.com because it seems fairly reasonably priced and it has Google Calendar integration. However, I was wondering if I could get some advice from people who have experience with these types of software on what worked out well for you.
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