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Beautiful Brands International Rolls Out Revel Systems’ Revolutionary Mobile Point-of-Sale System(February 22, 2012)
San Francisco, CA, February 22, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Revel Systems Inc. (www.revelsystems.com), maker of the revolutionary mobile point-of-sale system that operates on the Apple iPad or iPhone optimized for restaurant and retail establishments, today announced its partnership with franchise development and restaurant innovation company Beautiful Brands International to roll out its POS system in all BBI franchise locations. This decision makes Revel Systems the premier point-of-sale brand for restaurant and retail stores with multiple franchised locations under the Beautiful Brands International umbrella, including Camille’s Sidewalk Café, Dixie Cream, FreshBerry Frozen Yogurt Cafe and Rex’s Chicken.
“In addition to faster checkout for our customers, Revel Systems’ POS system offers both the power of cloud-based software and the security of a local iPad application,” said David Rutkauskas, CEO of Beautiful Brands International. “Add to that the ease of use, cost efficiency, aesthetic appeal of the solution, along with the ability to customize for payroll, inventory tracking, web ordering, email receipts and more, and it really is an ideal solution for what we’re looking to roll out across our stores.”
This announcement comes on the heels of a successful 2011 calendar year for Revel Systems Inc., which was filled with record numbers and robust adoption rates for the company. Coming out of beta as recently as August 31 of last year, Revel has already grown tenfold and is doing about $80 million in processing business with major brands such as Camille’s Sidewalk Café, Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen and Twistee Treat.
“With its reliance on servers hosted in the cloud, one of the major benefits of Revel’s iPad/iPhone POS system is its potential for a faster adoption rate than legacy POS systems that rely on back-office servers,” said Lisa Falzone, co-founder and CEO of Revel Systems. “We are greatly encouraged by the rapid adoption we’re seeing in the marketplace. Our customers are raving about the style, speed and reliability of our flagship product.”
With new regulations in the pipeline to force businesses to upgrade their current POS systems to meet new security standards by the end of 2012, Revel Systems’ arrival in the $34 billion POS market and the multibillion dollar payment market could not be better timed. With security built in from the ground up, Revel Systems’ POS system provides a complete front-to-back-of-house solution for restaurant and retail establishments, whether small businesses or large enterprises. Revel Systems’ POS system provides the analytics clients need to run their business, and with servers hosted in the cloud, it is a dream for chain owners, enabling them to see their data in real time from any location.
About Revel Systems
Revel Systems is an iOS hybrid, cloud-based, point-of-sale system for restaurants and retail establishments that is a dream for chain owners, enabling them to see their data in real time from any location. The iPad connects to receipt printers, kitchen printers, kitchen display systems, digital menu boards, scales, and coin dispensers. Based in San Francisco, Calif., the company has developed a quick, intuitive and secure mobile POS system that combines cloud-based technology with the mobility of the iPad. It is fully customizable with payroll, inventory tracking, web ordering, email receipts, and features integration with social media companies including Yelp, Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare. For more information, please visit www.revelsystems.com.
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