For each of its state queuing contracts, NEMO-Q offers customer flow management systems to meet the specific needs and environments of the respective motor vehicle departments. The company will install its Customer Queuing System for Alaska. Through an interactive session with a touch-screen, push-button kiosk, customers are issued a ticket or placed in a virtual line. Rather than standing in line, the customer is comfortably seated in a reception area.
In addition to implementation, NEMO-Q provides ongoing training, support, and service to its customers.
In addition to Alaska, NEMO-Q has installed its queuing systems in Maine, Utah, Texas, North Dakota, and Nebraska, among other states in the U.S. As the queuing industry evolves, NEMO-Q incorporates new technology into its systems to enhance efficiency and productivity for customers.
“We continually listen to our customers’ needs in order to deliver solutions to meet those needs,” said Michael Berg, CEO and president, NEMO-Q. “We have installed over 40,000 systems in governmental departments worldwide and agencies, such as the state departments of motor vehicles, value and benefit from NEMO-Q’s vast queuing expertise.”
Based in McKinney, Texas, NEMO-Q, http://www.nemo-
A customer-driven company, NEMO-Q is a product innovator and is continually at the forefront of new technology in its industry. NEMO-Q’s goal is to enhance productivity and measure wait times in order to make the waiting experience for its client’s customers more efficient and stress-free.