The QLess Blog

Saving Daylight, Saving Time: How Online Queueing Apps Grant You DST Benefits Every Day

Nov 10 By Amy Deavoll | Categories: Healthcare, Insights, Industry News, Retail

Many of us enjoyed an extra hour’s sleep this past Sunday, November 6th, thanks to Daylight Savings Time (DST). The practice of setting clocks back in the fall and moving them forward every spring to maximize evening daylight has its defenders and detractors, but nobody can deny the feel-good perk to “fall back” an hour once a year to sleep, play, read, finish projects, or go shopping.

Now imagine that you had an extra hour every day – imagine saving not one but dozens of hours a year. In fact, you can! That’s because all of us waste hours a year waiting in line. That’s useless, inefficient, frustrating time that we’ll never get back. By avoiding lines at the hospital, DMV, airports, and other places where people are forced to stand around, you can reclaim wasted hours every day. That’s where mobile queuing technology can play a key role in saving time.

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The Cost of a New York Minute? About $2.7 Billion

Sep 07 By Alex Bäcker | Categories: Insights, Industry News

As the old adage goes: time is money. But how much money? According to an economics feature on Nate Silver’s statistics-driven site fivethirtyeight.com, New Yorkers pay an average of $56 a month to shave a minute off their daily subway commutes. As such, renters in New York City are willing to pay that much more in rent for a one-bedroom apartment that is one minute closer to popular Manhattan business districts. Want to move 10 minutes closer to Wall Street or Times Square? That’s going to cost you $560 per month!

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Challenge to the TSA & VA: Give Us 90 Days & Watch Your Lines Disappear!

Jun 02 By Amy Deavoll | Categories: Insights, Government, Industry News

In the wake of the surge of complaints about long waits in Transportation Security Agency (TSA) lines and Veterans Administration (VA) facilities, our brave CEO offers a solution to the problem for both government agencies within 90 days:

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