PRLog - Feb. 13, 2013 - MCKINNEY, Texas -- NEMO-Q, a queuing software company has heard Obama’s call to action to improve American voting experience, and has the answer to the problem at hand.
NEMO-Q’s solution is simple. Using our advanced queuing technology, citizens can wait in line without having to physically be in line. Voters will be able to call, text, or get online to secure a place in line at the voting office. NEMO-Q’s patented Call Ahead Queuing System™ will call or text a reminder to the voter letting them know it is almost their turn.
Michael Berg, President of NEMO-Q, said the system was uniquely designed to solve America’s long lines without adding extra hardware costs for the government to purchase, which makes the system excellent for election purposes.
“The system is operated by a smart phone or tablet which eliminates the need for installation or additional staff.”
Berg went on to say, “This system is going to change the way people wait in line to vote and provide a positive experience with their government offices.”
David Myers, Sales Manager for NEMO-Q said the system is a big step forward for NEMO-Q.
“Our industry is constantly evolving,” Myers said, “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 clients to come.”
NEMO-Q is the industry leader in customer flow management for walk-in/appointment traffic for government offices, healthcare, universities, financial institutions and retail locations. 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. Visit us online at www.nemo-q.com and for more information on queuing take a look at www.queuing.org