The Art of Waiting: Queuing Systems Support Essential Businesses During COVID-19 Outbreak

 

Coronavirus is shutting down local economies across the nation and the world. Unless your business is “essential,” it’s likely the doors are locked.

Those essential businesses, though, often include important legal offices, some government buildings, grocers and pharmacies, and medical care environments.

Many of those industries, especially when overwhelmed with customers, rely on queuing systems to keep things orderly and people in line for as little time as possible.

Keeping things orderly and quick is now even more important. On this episode of The Art of Waiting, CEO of NEMO-Q Michael Berg explained how queuing solutions support social distancing recommendations in an office or workplace.

Berg breaks down…

  • Which industries and businesses staying open have the most dire queuing challenges
  • How previous crises like Hurricane Katrina have shown the need for smooth queuing operations
  • The unique layer of social distancing needed for queuing solutions
  • How NEMO-Q is supporting these businesses and organizations in upgrading their queuing operations or launching a first-time system

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