Zenoti, a Seattle startup, which makes enterprise software for businesses in the beauty and wellness industry, made a 3.5-percent reduction to its worldwide staff of 500. Sudheer Koneru, CEO stated that the loss of about 17 employees was a crucial decision. He also mentioned that it was from a cash flow and financial perspective. Further, said that the impact of the coronavirus outbreak has been minimal for the company. The software company services 900 brands representing 10,000 outlets, and its focus has always been on bigger brands such as Seattle-based Rudy’s Barbershop and Gene Juarez Salons & Spas.