Helping overloaded websites through the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 outbreak has led to unprecedented surges in online traffic as consumers adjust to life under the coronavirus. Queue-it is making our virtual waiting room free to small businesses, NGOs, and non-profits for coronavirus-related website or app overload.

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Queue-it co-founders

Since the COVID-19 outbreak earlier this year, many online businesses have received unprecedented surges in online traffic as consumers adjust to life under the coronavirus.

We’ve seen websites and apps buckle under the demand for masks in Hong Kong, online coursework in Denmark, grocery delivery in France, and pharmacy supplies in Italy.

While even the world’s largest businesses experience downtime from traffic surges, small businesses, NGOs, and non-profits with limited scaling capacity and small IT teams can find it especially difficult to stay online in the face of overwhelming demand.

Without help, many online businesses may not overcome interruptions in their operations, and NGOs and non-profits may struggle to carry out their missions.

How Queue-it can help

As a company, we understand the complexity of handling overwhelming traffic and the frustration of website crashes when interest is highest.

We want to do our part to help #flattenthecurve of website and app traffic so small businesses and non-profit organizations can continue to provide their services during these challenging times.

That’s why we’re making our market-leading virtual waiting room free to small online businesses, NGOs, and non-profits as we cope with the global coronavirus pandemic.

The offer applies to small businesses with under 20 employees, NGOs, and non-profits seeking to use Queue-it’s virtual waiting room for coronavirus-related website or app overload.

By working together we’ll see each other through this coronavirus crisis. 💪

Niels, Camilla and Martin

Queue-it founders