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The QLess Blog

QLess Software Helps Businesses Cut the Line

Sep 14 By Qless Admin | Categories: Insights, Announcements, Business

Originally published in the LA Business Journal

With social distancing and masks likely to remain a reality for a while longer, Pasadena-based QLess Inc. is poised to help businesses reduce in-person queues.

“We’ve been practicing social distancing for over 10 years,” said Charlie Meyer, vice president of sales at QLess.

The company, founded in 2007, has developed cloud-based software that allows businesses, like retail stores and hospitals, to manage customers in a virtual line. Government agencies and educational institutions also use QLess software.

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QLess Announces Strong Growth, Record New Customer Deals and Two Board Appointments

Sep 01 By Qless Admin | Categories: Industry News, Announcements

This article was originally published in Business Wire

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QLess Wins Big at the 16th Annual American Business Awards

May 22 By Alex Bäcker | Categories: Announcements

QLess has been recognized with another top-shelf award in the struggle against lifelong line-waiting. I’m referring, of course, to our latest Gold Stevie Award for stellar consumer services at the 16th annual American Business Awards.

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Houston Public Library Recognized as "Most Innovative Acceptance Facility"

Apr 11 By Charlie Meyer | Categories: Government, Announcements

Congratulations to Houston’s McGovern-Stella Link Neighborhood Library for being recognized as a recipient of the 2017 National Awards for Passport Acceptance Facilities and Agents!

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Putting It in Perspective: 100 Million Customers Served, More Time Saved from Waiting in Line Than All of Recorded History

Oct 16 By Alex Bäcker | Categories: Insights, Announcements


We recently announced a major milestone here at QLess: Our customer interaction management platform has saved more than 100 million customers over 5700 years’ time waiting in line. To put in perspective just how long that is, imagine what an individual could have done instead of queuing for 5763 years. If you’d started queuing 5700 years ago, you would have missed out on seeing the Great Pyramids of Giza built, worshipping at Stonehenge, and traveling along the original iteration of the Great Wall of China... with hundreds of years to spare in between. Someone who began queuing 5763 years ago would have been waiting since 3746 BC – Hammurabi didn’t even pen his famous law code until the 18th century BC. And I get frustrated just waiting in line at the grocery store!

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