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A favor we ask of our dear fans

Sep 29 By Alex Bäcker | Categories: Announcements

We have a huge favor to ask that will only take a minute of your time and could mean a lot to us. But it needs to be done before midnight tonight (Wednesday). QLess, the company whose mission is to eliminate standing in line from theface of the Earth by letting people enter virtual lines and getpaged on their cell phones, has just applied for a competition that could give us a lot of exposure to help fulfill our mission. We just entered hours ago, and there are less than 24 hours left, but we know we can beat all the other contestants who have more than two weeks headstart if (and only if) you all lend a hand; we're already the fastest growing contestant. We need you to vote for us in the next 20 hours. Here is what you need to do:

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QLess launches Johnson County DMV

Sep 11 By Alex Bäcker | Categories: Government

QLess has launched the first DMV where you don't have to wait in line. Using QLess mobile queueing, Johnson County's DMV in Kansas respects its customer's time. The launch has been a huge success and uptake of the mobile queueing option by customers has been very significant.--Alex

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Coaster pagers stolen by restaurant’s competitor and thrown into Monterey Bay

Sep 06 By Alex Bäcker | Categories: Other Industries

Many restaurant owners will empathize with this story.Do you need any more reasons to go QLess and stop wasting money on coaster pagers? Find a page full of reasons to embrace mobile line management here.

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Dagwood hates waiting in line too

Sep 06 By Alex Bäcker | Categories: Insights

With QLess, he would have gotten an update letting him know the doctor was running late.

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Executive assistant superstar sought

Sep 03 By Alex Bäcker | Categories: Announcements

Someone very trustworthy, smart, organized, who is not picky about what they do or do not do but rather has a good attitude to getting things done, who has command of basic arithmetic and proper English spelling and grammar, who can do everything and anything that I can delegate. Yeah, attitude:Like, this is mine too. Your success is ours/mine. When I answer correspondence or the phone I make the person/customer/client/colleague feel like I am their personal assistant and that their agenda is important to me, their convenience is on my mind, my efficiency for them counts.And as to smart: very smart. And by smart, there are different smarts. Needs to be savvy about technology or conversant with it, but there is street smart-make sure they see things coming I may miss- they take the work to heart-it's more than a job and they have a history of acting and feeling that way. ideally someone who has been an EA to a successful executive before. Someone who can get to know key clients and leaders sometimes better than me. Someone who has worked in senior positions before a plus.Someone who anticipates what I do not. Who is proactive. And upbeat, stable and fun. Who can be light hearted and can be serious and know when.Promises future growth in one of the world's fastest growing companies in a fun, casual environment and a desire to change the world for the better. Getting honored for Best Business Innovation of 2009 and beating Google at their game in a 3rd party-evaluated blind test was just the beginning.For multi-talented applicants, job may include work in accounting, accounts receivable and payable, process design, documentation, customer support, IT, office management and appointment-setting.Send a resume to careers {at} for more details.** Special thanks to the always fabulous Robert Fisher for tips on this job description.

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