Q wants to make life easier for office managers with an app that helps them organize cleaners and track their supplies.
Making sure the office is properly stocked, cleaned and maintained is a mammoth task that the typical worker probably doesn't realize. We've already seen platforms like Alfred make household chores easier with an on-demand butler service, and now Q wants to help office managers with an app that helps them organize cleaners and track their supplies.
Those signing up to Q get a free iPad installed in their office, through which both managers and cleaners can manage the work that needs doing. Users can browse Q cleaners, set them tasks and schedule them in at regular points in the week. Cleaners can then use the iPad to clock in and check for any messages or special instructions. Office managers can also hire ad hoc cleaners and handymen for after an event or if something needs fixing. They can also check their supplies and order more through the smart tracker.
Q customers only ever pay for the staff they use, rather than the service as a whole. Cleaners charge USD 25 an hour, while handymen are USD 80 an hour. Are there other ways that a smart dashboard such as this could help managers of all kinds?