PikMe Offers Free Global Virtual Queue System to Help Customers and Business Owners

July 02 01:43 2020
The coronavirus pandemic changed how society operates. With social distancing and self-isolation in place, people are forced to change their shopping habits. PikMe hopes to put fun in shopping through their free virtual queuing.

The COVID-19 pandemic has really halted the lives of people and called into question many things. At the same time, mandatory self-isolation and city-wide lockdown gave people more time to spend at home with family. The internet has also played an important part in still connecting people despite being forced to stay at home. But the global economy is in jeopardy. Small businesses, in particular, are suffering and trying to make ends meet despite almost zero revenue. This is where PikMe comes into play.

PikMe has created a hyperlocal marketplace environment to help connect buyers with local vendors easily. Online shopping isn’t a novelty anymore but with the help of PikMe, it becomes simple and easy to use even for people who aren’t too familiar with computers and the online world. They hope to give small businesses a fighting chance of getting through this global crisis by helping them sell their products online as well as connecting them with local buyers. The platform also offers home deliveries right to the doorstep and features like online payments and shopping carts make online shopping a hassle-free experience. PikMe’s vision is to empower local businesses, stores, and shops by providing them with a simple and powerful platform that allows their businesses to compete and flourish in the modern age of e-commerce.

PikMe is offering free global queueing that uses blockchain technology to connect virtual queue metadata using APIs. Virtual Q is a scalable queuing system for businesses to regulate the flow of guests at an enclosed space. This means that customers can visit shops and other business establishments by appointment with ease. No longer will customers have to stay in their cars while waiting to be let in at stores.

PikMe also hopes to make shopping fun again like it once was before the pandemic happened. With social distancing in place, people are forced to be cautious about the distancing themselves from others at stores and shopping centers. Sometimes, they have to spend hours waiting in line outside while others take their turn shopping. But through PikMe, they are leveraging in-store cameras through AI to monitor the crowd. Customers wanting to go shopping can find the safe spots in the city and make reservations or they can join the Virtual-Q.

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Company Name: PikMe
Contact Person: Prabhat Kumar Singh (CEO, Founder)
Email: Send Email
Phone: +1-201-928-5562
Address:8415 Pulsar Pl
City: Columbus
State: Ohio 43240
Country: United States
Website: pikme.io