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QLess Proposes 28th Amendment to Free Americans from Long Lines

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In Recognition of Independence Day, Mobile Wait Management Company Seeks to Liberate US Citizens from Waiting in Line

Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) July 02, 2014

QLess, the company behind the leading mobile technology that eliminates physical lines and waiting rooms, today announced that it is taking action to add a 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution that will liberate American citizens from waiting in line. From lost time to unnecessary stress, long lines jeopardize Americans right to the pursuit of happiness. A formal petition requesting Congress remove waiting lines from US government, public education and health care organizations has been submitted by QLess on whitehouse.gov.

If you hate waiting in linelike millions of Americans dosign the petition and take a step toward the next generation of freedom, said Alex Bäcker, co-founder and CEO of QLess. People deserve to live a more enjoyable life and todays leaders can make this possible by mandating the use of technologies that remove the waiting game completely. Eliminating lines will make our country more productive, while following the pursuit of happiness doctrine stated in The Declaration of Independence. In addition, eliminating crowds in doctors waiting rooms will reduce contagion and improve public health.

QLess has liberated well over 15 million people from waiting in line. Its patented, cloud-based virtual line technology helps organizations dramatically improve customer experiences by replacing physical lines with a user-friendly mobile queue system. Using QLess, customers add their name to a virtual queuefrom any phone, the Web, an in-store kiosk, a tablet and moreand continue about their day until notified that their turn in line is approaching. Real-time wait forecasts and text message alerts are sent to the customer, flagging when its time to be served. With successful implementation at facilities that include DMVs, urgent care centers, retail stores, colleges and more, QLess can enhance a persons happiness as it has been proven to improve customer satisfaction and reduce pressure on staff.

Bäcker continued: The average American spends two years of his or her life waiting in line. This is not acceptable by any measurejoin QLess this Independence Day and put an end to the wait.

To make America a line-free country, QLess encourages citizens to sign its petition at http://wh.gov/lFrkL.

For more information about QLess, visit http://www.qless.com.

About QLess
QLess is the global leader in mobile wait management. The company helps organizations dramatically improve customer experiences by eliminating lines and offering convenient ways to make and manage appointments. QLess patented, cloud-based virtual line technology helps make businesses more profitable and efficient by improving productivity and aligning resources with customer traffic patterns. QLess clients span five continents and include government offices/DMVs, universities, urgent care centers, and local and multinational retailers, including Vodafone and T-Mobile. Organizations of all sizes offer QLess to customers through in-store kiosks, mobile phones, tablets, or websites. For more information, please visit http://www.qless.com.

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