Control footfall in your store, reception area or waiting room, ensuring that social distancing is observed at all times between customers and employees.
Offer drop-in clients a safe and convenient experience with a system that lets them wait off-site and return just before their appointment.
All appointments – whether booked by customers online, by call centres, reception desks or by drop-in clients – are scheduled automatically from a single, shared calendar.
TIMIFY Q App merges your online bookable services with technology at your premises to allow drop-in customers to easily join a queue.
The app makes your services bookable as on-site time slots for walk-in customers. Customers use a touchscreen device or scan a QR code to select the service they want, join the queue and monitor the countdown to their appointment.
At least one digital device with internet access to display the app interface, such as a tablet or TV screen.
For customers who don’t have a smartphone or prefer not to use digital services, offer the Q App functions via touchscreen devices in your reception area.
Drop-in customers scan a QR code from a digital device in-store or print a physical ticket to join the queue.
Customers can then leave the premises and wait somewhere else, monitoring their place in the queue from their smartphone.
For your business: Reduce strain on waiting areas and reception staff by minimising unnecessary customer flow.
For your customers: Increase customer convenience. With any significant wait time, they have the option to make the most of it, running other errands or waiting in comfort elsewhere.
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Add the option for drop-in clients to choose their priority status on arrival, allowing them to skip the queue altogether - ideal for medical emergencies or other urgent requirements.
Pre-define all resources needed for your on-site services (personnel, rooms etc.) This ensures all required resources are available for drop-in services and blocked for bookings from other services.
If unexpected delays extend a customer's wait time, they receive real-time updates, allowing them to adjust their plans or even choose to exit the queue.