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Queue-Fair partners with

Queue-Fair partners with

Queue-Fair & partner to help businesses dramatically improve website conversion rates. Queue-Fair, the original patented virtual waiting room for business websites, are delighted to announce they are partnering with, a leading payment processing solutions provider. This partnership will bring together two technology-driven solutions which aim to maximise conversion opportunities for eCommerce businesses. This mutually beneficial partnership will also support Acquired's customers in benefitting from Queue-Fair's powerful Virtual Waiting Room platform. Allowing businesses to safely manage surplus traffic that would otherwise slow down or even crash websites, in a cost-effective manner. Their solution has been developed in the knowledge that thousands of consumers and customers leave sites due to frustration and anxiety every year, costing businesses thousands in conversions and sales. Queue-Fair helps business ensure that visitors to their website always enjoy a responsive experience, even during very busy times....

Queue-Fair reports virtual waiting room uplift

Queue-Fair reports uplift as companies work to meet customer demand as social restrictions lift

Queue-Fair, the British tech company which invented virtual waiting rooms for busy websites and apps, has reported a 50-fold uplift in revenue as brands work to improve their customers’ online experience ready for the impending recovery. Pent up demand for cultural and outdoor experiences as social restrictions are lifted and a big rise in the number of people shopping online during multiple lockdowns is overwhelming online booking systems and putting some ecommerce sites under strain. ...

Queue-Fair seecks injunction against Queue-it for infringement of European patent

Queue-Fair seeks injunction against Queue-it for infringement of European patent

British tech company Orderly Mind Ltd which invented the first queue-based virtual waiting room to help retailers and ticket sellers manage online customer bottlenecks, has served a High Court claim for an injunction and damages against Queue-it, a private Danish owned company, for patent infringement. Orderly Mind Ltd founder Matt King filed the patent for his system now available at in 2004 with the European Patent Office. The patent is granted and valid until 2025 in the UK, Ireland and several other European countries. Mr King developed the Virtual Waiting Room system as a method of coping with website traffic congestion to prevent website crashes after he tried to secure tickets for Glastonbury. ...