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The QLess Blog

Reduce Shopping Queues to Improve Customer Experience

Sep 17 By Qless Admin | Categories: Retail, Reopening

Think about some of the busiest times of the year for retail business. Black Friday, holidays, blowout and clearance sales, back to school, and other special events draw some of the biggest crowds stores ever see. Some stores draw long lines no matter what time of year it is, like cell phone companies and big-box retailers. Customers dread the long shopping queues and often wish they could continue to shop until they can easily check out. As a business owner, wouldn’t you love the extra chance to let them continue to shop?

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5 Benefits of Virtual Lines

Waiting in a physical queue has been the standard for much of human history, and we’re long overdue for a change. The challenges of our modern world have warranted the need for a new technology that increases customer satisfaction, helps keep customers healthier, and gives business owners a unique look into their own operations. With the advancement of cell phones, and the fact that they’re so commonplace in today’s society, queue management systems that place customers in mobile lines only makes sense. Here are the top five benefits virtual lines can provide to your company.

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Reopening Schools in The Fall | Learn From College COVID Outbreaks

Sep 08 By Qless Admin | Categories: Government, Education, Reopening, Schools

After months of planning and preparing for the new normal, colleges across the U.S. have started reopening their doors to staff and students. But in some instances, reopening schools in the fall has come to an abrupt halt. It shouldn’t come as a great surprise considering the rise in cases across the country, but many schools are experiencing a spike in COVID-19 cases among students and staff as they resume in-person learning. And after the fiasco at the University of North Carolina, schools are abruptly changing their reopening plans.

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