Beginning Summer 2015, eye-care providers in the New York City metropolitan area will have the opportunity to offer their patients QSpex’s premium product lineup and unique QSpex Concierge delivery service.
The QSpex business model allows for Fast-Traq, same-day personalized delivery of a premium finished eyewear product, by operating local QSpex Optical Service Centers in the same community as, and in close proximity to, eye-care providers.
Unlike traditional eyewear production techniques, QSpex lenses are manufactured and finished just miles from the eye-care provider’s practice.
This model allows QSpex to build a number of financially and practically efficient Optical Service Centers in markets around the world. As part of QSpex’s rapid global expansion, the New York City location is one of many QSpex Optical Service Centers planned to open this year.
QSpex is transforming the traditional lens manufacturing industry by introducing a personalized, service-based option in which consumers don’t have to sacrifice quality for convenience.
“We are excited to offer New York City consumers something they have never experienced before – customized prescription eyewear, delivered same-day via QSpex Concierge, a personalized delivery and dispensing service direct to the consumers’ location of choice” said Brett Craig, President and CEO.
The high-speed, proprietary QSpex manufacturing process permits patient fulfillment in hours, while providing superior prescription eyewear, through a groundbreaking lens transfer system. QSpex also specializes in a revolutionary back-end delivery service that offers Fast-Traq same-day fulfillment to eye-care providers via a QSpex branded logistics fleet. Danny Cruz, VP, explained “QSpex’s unique service offering completely aligns with, and supports, the fast-paced lifestyle of New York City consumers, who will no longer need to disrupt their schedules or suffer long wait times to receive high quality finished eyewear.”
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