One of the leading providers of iPad-based point of sale (POS) solutions is integrating Facebook into their product… so retailers can verify customers’ identities. Revel’s new 2.0 software includes Facebook photo verification.
iPad point-of-sale (POS) solutions provider Revel Systems has launched Revel 2.0, an updated version of its POS system that touts several new user features with a strong focus on security updates, including photo confirmation anti-identity theft protection built directly into the POS.
San Francisco-based Revel Systems is essentially the industry leader when it comes to iPad-based point-of-sale (POS) for restaurants, grocery and now retail, and today it’s adding additional security features that provide an added level of comfort for users and merchants.
Revel is upping the ante even more: this week it is introducing a unique, patent-pending identity theft feature that will show an image of the credit-card holder every time his or her card is swiped through a Revel POS system.
European mobile point-of-sale company SumUp has announced a new partnership with Revel Systems, a provider of iPad-based POS systems. Through the deal, Revel Systems iPad POS systems will be equipped to process debit and credit payments, as well as cash, using the SumUp API, the companies said.
Revel Systems provides iPad-based tills to more than 1,000 chain stores and restaurants throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia and Saudi Arabia but it’s aiming to expand into Europe, hence the tie-up with SumUp.
MokiMobility, cloud-based provider for managing, monitoring, and securing tablets and smartphones as mobile point-of-sale devices, announces a partnership with Revel Systems – the leader in iPad point-of-sale (POS) solutions for restaurant, grocery, and retail business establishments – bringing the first and only mobile and iPad point-of-sale solution to market to meet the PCI Security Standards Council’s newest set of mobile point-of-sale security guidelines.
Mobile device management platform MokiMobility has closed a $2 million round of seed funding and announced a new partnership with Revel Systems. Revel is a provider of tablet-based point-of-sale units.
Salt Lake City-based MokiMobility announced a $2 million seed funding round, just a little over a year after the cloud-based mobile device management was officially founded. MokiMobility has since shifted focus from a broad-based MDM approach to one tailored specifically towards single-purpose devices, like the iPads you’ll often see installed as ordering kiosks in restaurants, or used as point-of-sale terminals at stores, which is why their partnership with SF-based Revel is also big news.
MokiMobility, cloud-based provider for managing, monitoring and securing tablets and smartphones as mobile point-of-sale devices, today announced a partnership with Revel Systems – the leader in iPad point-of-sale (POS) solutions for restaurant, grocery and retail business establishments – bringing the first and only mobile and iPad point-of-sale solution to market to meet the PCI Security Standards Council’s newest set of mobile point-of-sale security guidelines.
SAN FRANCISCO and NEW YORK — NRF Annual Convention & EXPO — Revel Systems, the leader in iPad point-of-sale solutions, today announced it has become the first iPad point-of-sale (POS) system to provide EMV compatibility (device that allows the new standard of Chip and pin to allow processing on a Point of Sale system) in the United States in anticipation of upcoming deadlines for EMV certification and PCI compliance that could potentially cost business owners thousands of dollars in fees and fines. With credit card fraud on the rise and standards set to change over the next few years, Revel Systems is leading the movement aimed at boosting security and global interoperability with integrated circuit (IC) cards and increasing the flexibility and customization that Revel’s customers have come to expect for its retail, restaurant and grocery store iPad POS systems.
Revel Systems, the leader in iPad point-of-sale solutions, announces it has become the first iPad point-of-sale (POS) system to provide EMV compatibility (device that allows the new standard of “chip and PIN” cards to allow processing on a point-of-sale system) in the United States in anticipation of upcoming deadlines for EMV certification and PCI compliance that could potentially cost business owners thousands of dollars in fees and fines.
Pad point-of-sale solutions firm Revel Systems, has announced it has become the first iPad point-of-sale (POS) system to provide EMV compatibility in the US in anticipation of upcoming deadlines for EMV certification and PCI compliance that could potentially cost business owners thousands of dollars in fees and fines. With credit card fraud on the rise and standards set to change over the next few years, Revel Systems is leading the movement aimed at boosting security and global interoperability with integrated circuit (IC) cards and increasing the flexibility and customization that Revel’s customers have come to expect for its retail, restaurant and grocery store iPad POS systems.
Revel Systems’ tablet point-of-sale (POS) system is now the first iPad-based platform to support EMV compatibility – which offers a new standard of security and interoperability when it comes to card processing.
Griffin Technology, Belkin International and Goodwill Stores are among the retailers embracing mPOS: All three implemented cloud-based iPad POS technologies from Revel Systems, a provider focused on iPad POS
They say that technology companies are the most forward-thinking when it comes to new technologies in business, and that appears to be the case with tablet accessory maker Griffin, which is now using Revel System’s iPad point-of-sale solution in five U.S. retail stores.
“After reviewing our vendor options, we found Revel Systems’ iPad point-of-sale systems to be the most customizable solution, especially with the convenient integration to our existing back-end system. We’ve truly enjoyed the POS installation with Revel and are quite satisfied with the end result at our MicroStores.”
One month on from hitting profitability and announcing a new app marketplace for its iPad POS system and Revel Systems has detailed that the solution is now being used by Goodwill Industries and iPad accessory maker Belkin.
The retail partners for Revel this time around are Belkin, which has just opened its first dedicated retail outlet over this past summer in LA, and plans to open many more locations complete with Revel’s system in place in the future. Goodwill has retired its existing POS solution in 23 Goodwill stores across Florida
Goodwill Industries has replaced its previous point-of-sale system in 22 Goodwill stores throughout the state of Florida, while iPad accessory company Belkin has also installed Revel Systems iPad POS in its retail store located in Los Angeles’ Westfield Mall, according to the announcement.
The iPad in the business world has changed the way commerce has taken place. Revel Systems, a company that created a point-of-sale (POS) system on the iPad, is seeking to help bring cash register-like transactions forward. Today, it just updated its solution to include variable pricing and inventory management while adding two new customers to its mix: Goodwill Industries and Belkin.
The Revel Systems’ Marketplace will offer numerous plug-ins, including third party apps like Facebook and Twitter, while it will also integrate into local daily deal APIs from Groupon and Living Social among others.
Revel, maker of an iPad-based point-of-sales system that includes both software and hardware, today announced that not only has it become profitable after its first year of market availability, but it’s also opening an iPad marketplace for add-ons to its POS system.
A barista inputing your coffee preference via an iPad isn’t new. But the simplicity of touch-screen and cloud-based checkout could be a revelation for grocery owners used to paying tens of thousands of dollars for point of sale systems and the required training for them.
“The reason we put this together is because there are a lot of changes in the world happening, with baby boomers on the way out and the new market being millennials,” Ciabarra said. “They’re targeting more of the specialty shops, fresher food, so there are a lot more grocery stores popping up everywhere and we saw that coming, so that’s why we built the grocery store version of the software for the iPad.”
Revel Systems is about building a platform for all commerce to interact, and our Grocery POS system has been in development for over a year to provide our customers with the features they really want and need to run their businesses,” said Lisa Falzone, CEO and co-founder of Revel Systems.
In the latest example of “Gee, I didn’t know you could do that with an iPad” Revel Systems has released a point of sale (POS) system based on the iPad that’s designed for supermarkets and grocery stores.
“We’ve seen so many great benefits of the system in the time we’ve had it live in our store,” said Lawrence Capozzolo, who heads up IT for Marty’s Market. “With its now familiar intuitive touchscreen interface, the iPad makes it so simple for our employees to learn so that we don’t have to spend days training them. Adding to the simplicity and compactness of the iPad POS system, the solution ties in to our flatbed scanner and card reader in a way that matches the flow of our store.”
“Our Retail solution has been getting a very positive response,” Revel Systems CEO Lisa Falzone said. “We’ve always been known for our quality restaurant POS systems, and we’re thrilled to be bringing this same Revel experience to the retail sector. We’ve already got some exciting, game-changing deals in the works!”
The $1,999 solution integrates technology from Revel’s new wireless router, which uses the wireless service on an iPad to create an ad hoc point of sale network for small businesses, and its traditional POS system into a package including a receipt printer that can be installed in about an hour.
Revel Systems, a two-year-old San Francisco start-up, has created a point-of-sale system for food trucks and quick-service restaurants. It’s available today, to make accepting ordering and payments as simple as possible
Revel has made a name for itself as the point of sale (POS) solution for the next generation of enterprise businesses – with an emphasis on enterprise. So while it naturally draws comparisons to Square and the handful of iOS attachment products that local vendors have taken to, Revel has cornered a very specific market in making a play for multi-location, chain companies. Which is why it’s surprising that the platform is announcing a solution for food truck vendors today.
The technology, called the Revel Router, creates an on-premise POS solution that uses broadband wireless connectivity. The router is being pitched as a way to cut down on the amount of time it takes to deploy a POS system
By removing the need for bulky connectivity hardware and cabling, the Revel Router finally saves customers the time and money it takes to maintain traditional POS infrastructure. This first-of-its-kind transformative connectivity solution is purpose-built to meet the needs of POS users, allowing them to focus on what matters most-better serving their end customers.
The addition of the iPad into the point of sale system or cash register isn’t a new trend. Many small businesses are swapping out traditional cash registers for iPads and credit card processors like Square. But large restaurant chains and other establishments still need a complete front-to-back-of-house (i.e. a system that can send receipts to the kitchen) solution. Revel Systems hopes to be the go-to iPad-powered, comprehensive POS platform for restaurants.
It’s been a great 12 months for Lisa Falzone. Last year she raised $3.7 million in her series “A” funding round; then last month at the Macworld – iWorld event, her company Revel Systems was officially announced as the winner of the Best iPad Business App of the Year Award.
Last week, female-founded Revel Systems won the Business iPad App of the Year Award at MacWorld’s iWorld, where users vote to finalize the verdict.With the triumph of Revel Systems, led by Lisa Falzone, over its opponent Square, led by Jack Dorsey, some are calling this a “David & Goliath” story.
Revel Systems was officially announced as the winner of the Business iPad App of the Year Award. This weekend at Macworld | iWorld, it was clear early on that the Best Business iPad App awards came down to two remarkable companies: Square, led by Jack Dorsey, and Revel Systems, led by female entrepreneur Lisa Falzone. Both of the nominees were a hit with the crowd, and both were in the payment industry, which is the fastest‐moving market for iPad apps. Even though voters were presented with an impressive field of nominees, the battle was clearly dominated by these two competitors
Digital Menu Me, a leading provider of digital restaurant menus, has begun to install its digital menu boards in many restaurants alongside Revel Systems iPad Point of Sale system for restaurants. With the power of Cloud-based technology, Digital Menu Me and Revel Systems restaurant pos can now talk to one another and communicate data between each other.
The Apple iPad revolution continues to take hold of the business technology industry and society in general with new apps being released daily. With numerous apps it can be challenging to work your way to the top of the app heap, yet that is exactly what Revel Systems has done with its “iPad POS” application.
Wave Secure Technologies signs deal with Revel Systems iPad Point Of Sale to distribute Revel with remote eyes. WST has also released an API which Revel Systems iPad POS has now integrated into allowing for remote eyes capabilities for the Revel iPad POS which now has a line of security camera products to help securely protect restaurant and retail shops.
Revel Systems announces the release of a mobile Point of Sale for line busting, that operates on either the Apple iPad or iPhone. Either Apple device can be connected to a mobile credit card reader and used to process payments any where with a wireless, 3G or 4G connection – whether you’re in the restaurant or at a customer’s door. The Revel Mobile iPad solution has been launched in a few chains like Camille’s Sidewalk Cafe and Mixt Greens (mixtgreens.com) a hot new salad restaurant in San Francisco California.
Beautiful Brands International (BBI) announced the opening of its new tri-branded store in Durant, OK with Apple iPad POS Systems. The new chicken Franchise store will be the first of its kind for BBI, featuring the three great tastes of Rex’s Chicken, FreshBerry Frozen Yogurt, and Smallcakes Cupcakery Franchises.
Revel releases an iPad KDS to help restaurants go green in the kitchen. The Kitchen Display System is designed to increase efficiency and save paper. The Kitchen Display System (KDS) has 3 modes: Kitchen View, Expedite View, Fryer view.