We are extremely grateful to have been named the winner of 10 Stevie Awards by such an esteemed organization. We understand the high caliber of companies that have been nominated for such awards and could not be more thrilled to be ranked amongst them.
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
QLess, Inc., the world’s first mobile queuing solution, has now been honored with ten Stevie Awards, including seven International Business Awards and three American Business Awards, over the past four years. The six latest 2013 awards will be added to QLess’ four existing Stevie Awards that recognize the company’s innovative technology in helping organizations everywhere replace physical lines with virtual and mobile queues.
“We are extremely grateful to have been named the winner of ten Stevie Awards by such an esteemed organization,” said Alex Bäcker, Founder and CEO of QLess. “We understand the high caliber of companies that have been nominated for such awards and could not be more thrilled to be ranked amongst them. Since our launch, we have been able to save over ten million customers from more than a quarter of a millennium of waiting in line.”
This year, QLess was awarded the Gold Stevie for the Best Computer Services Company of the Year at the 2013 American Business Awards, and a total of six International Business Awards. Alex Bäcker was named the Gold Stevie Winner of IT Executive of the Year, Silver Stevie Winner of Innovator of the Year, and Bronze Stevie Winner of Executive of the Year in Computer Software. Bäcker's creation of QLess, Inc. has been bestowed with the Silver Stevie Winner of Company of the Year in Computer Services in Europe, Bronze Stevie Winner of the Most Innovative Company of the Year in Canada and the US, as well as Bronze Stevie Winner of Company of the Year in Computer Software in Europe.
In the past four years, QLess has also been given American Business Awards for the 2010 Best Overall Company of the Year – 100 Employees or Less and the 2012 Silver Stevie Winner of the Fastest Growing Company of the Year – Up to 100 Employees. Furthermore, their parent company ab|inventio, the invention factory that launched QLess, was named most Innovative Company of the Year in North America Distinguished Honoree by the International Business Awards.
With submissions estimated to top 3,200 from a large array of organizations within varying industries, winners were chosen by more than 140 business professionals nationwide. The select few chosen proceeded to in-depth screening on several qualities that would constitute for an outstanding candidate.
The awards recognize Qless’ continued successful execution toward its vision of eliminating waiting in line. Attuned to the fact that the average person spends two years of her life waiting in line, QLess allows people to receive the services they want without having to waste valuable time. QLess is being used in hundreds of cities on four continents at places like DMVs, Fortune 500 retail stores, healthcare providers, colleges, restaurants, barbershops, bowling alleys, theme parks, and everywhere people wait.
Founded in 2007, QLess, Inc. is headquartered in Los Angeles with team members from the world’s leading universities and Internet companies including Caltech, MIT, Oxford and Yahoo! The company’s mission is simple: Eliminate waiting in line. QLess replaces physical lines and waiting rooms with virtual, mobile lines where organizations’ customers can enter the waiting line from any cell phone, tablets, touch screen kiosks or the Web. An organization’s employees can call customers to the line from the QLess Queue Manager, allowing customers to roam freely while they wait. When customers are ready to be seen, QLess sends them an SMS or calls their mobile phones. Clients include Fortune 500 retailers such as Vodafone & T-Mobile, government entities such as the Texas DPS, the Kansas DMV, & the cities of Austin & Denver, healthcare institutions such as the Cleveland Clinic, bowling alleys such as Brunswick, and many more institutions small and large across four continents. For more information about QLess, visit http://www.qless.com.