Waiting in lines or queues has been a major community problem. Download and Use QTix App to manage the queue jumpers!! and avoid brawl!!
Cafe and Restaurant owners, use QTix and let your customers to run other errands and send a SMS notification when ready to be served. It will decrease the perceived wait time so, the customers are willing to wait and return.
With QTix app, you could enjoy this scenery while waiting for your turn / table / food!
A plan to allow wealthy airline passengers to avoid long airport queues will bring more visitors to Australia, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says.
Whether you’re waiting to purchase a ticket, to go through security at an airport or to pay for your shopping, queueing has become part of daily life.
Waiting in lines or queues has been a major community problem and has proved to slow down our economy. Imagine how many things you could get done instead of waiting in line.
While we have a strong presence within the hospitality industry, the wait problem isn’t just here and we’ve been working hard to help other businesses.
Check out our new promo video with how to tutorial!
Too often we are facing the similar situations as the video.
Waiting in lines or queues has been a major community problem. Imagine how many things you could get done instead of waiting in line.
Have you always wonder where you are in the queue and your progress?
That’s the idea of one Sydney lady who had her iPad lining up for her outside Apple’s Australian flagship store on George Street in Sydney.
That’s NOT the way to stand in a row! Use QTix (QueueTix)™, the future way of queuing and it gives freedom to wait wherever and however you want.
In a paper titled "The curse of the first-in-first-out queue discipline", economists Trine Tornoe Platz and Lars Peter Osterdal argue that the best method of serving a queue is to serve the last person first.
What are you waiting for? Ask them to use QTix and save yourself from chaos. Or let us know so we can help them to manage the queue / line easily with QTix.
When we stand in line, it's not just the length of time we hate, it's the anxiety, uncertainty and boredom that goes along with it.
Ask yourself how what little extras you can do to either make your queue a part of your whole experience or make the queuing process easier for both you and your customer.