Michael Berg, President of NEMO-Q, said the online appointment scheduling software was uniquely created to be used in conjunction with existing queuing systems or as a standalone application.
“Customers will now have the ability to choose a time at a specific location and make an appointment,”
Berg went on to say, “Ventus is going to change the way people wait in line and the way they interact with their government offices and service providers,” Berg said. “The appointment scheduling software seamlessly blends appointment and walk-in traffic within the queuing system. Not to mention it’s completely customizable;
David Myers, Sales Manager for NEMO-Q said the scheduler is a big step forward for NEMO-Q.
“Our industry is constantly evolving,” Myers said, “and it is our job to not only keep up but also maintain our position as the industry standard. I truly feel that this product will greatly benefit our current client base and many future customers to come.”
Patrik Svensson, the product’s creator, from Stockholm, Sweden, said he is very excited about the release of the software in the United States.
“I think the statistics gathering portion of the appointment scheduling software will make the greatest impact for customers who use this program,” Svensson said. “NEMO-Q International has been using Ventus with the Swedish Police for a year now, and they have made significant improvements to the amount of time that people have to wait. We are very eager to see the product at work in the U.S. as well.”
NEMO-Q is the industry leader in customer flow management for walk-in and appointment traffic for government offices, healthcare & outpatient facilities, universities, financial institutions and retail locations. Our focus is to precisely understand each client’s requirements and then develop cost-effective solutions that satisfy our client’s goals and objectives. Through our extensive custom design and implementation processes, we are successful time and again in simplifying the way our clients handle and measure their customer, patient, and student traffic.