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Making a New POS Work for Users and Franchisees

An interview with Laura J. Gaudin, Director of Product Management, Revention

Hungry Howie's Increases Online Ordering 25 percent with Standardized POS

When Hungry Howie’s Pizza was looking for a solution to standardize its menu and technology, Revention emerged as the solution provider to help  drive many of the company’s plans and initiatives. Unification of accounting, operations and marketing—with better automation and more timely insight—was the primary goal. Now, ten years later, the chain has helped online ordering go from 15% of sales to 40%!

Boardwalk Ups Its Game with Flexible POS

Much-needed upgrades to accommodate evolving PCI requirements, a desire for greater stability and an ongoing requirement to support a multi-site configuration — something that had been dropped by their previous vendor — prompted the team at Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk ( to seek out a more robust solution.

Revention POS Engages Mobile Consumers with Customer Loyalty Solution

Honeycomb loyalty, a cloud-based customer loyalty program is Revention’s newest product to hit the market. Honeycomb integrates directly with all Revention ordering platforms including Revention point of sale, HungerRush online ordering, and HungerRush mobile ordering applications. The HungerRush mobile applications serve as a loyalty portal for consumers to see offers, promotions, and apply their available rewards.

POS Reduces Labor & Support Needs

Milwaukee-based Brodersen Management ( operates 49 franchised Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen ( restaurants in four states as well as in Puerto Rico. When John Brodersen, owner, realized that his existing POS system was neither viable nor sufficiently feature-rich to support strong sales, Brodersen and his IT team evaluated several POS systems, eventually selecting Revention POS from Revention ( Installation occurred two stores at a time, with 30 deployments completed by June 2014.

Why and How Operators Should Migrate to EMV-Compliant POS

A lower risk of chargebacks is one reason to board the EMV train
October 1, 2015 marked a major milestone for merchants, including hospitality operators. On that day, liability for fraudulent counterfeit credit and debit card transactions shifted from issuers to merchants—unless those merchants have in place POS technology that accommodates transactions completed using microprocessor chip (EMV)-enabled credit and debit cards manufactured in compliance with the EMV (Europay/MasterCard/Visa) standard. Five strong rationales support a move to an EMV platform in keeping with this EMV liability shift:

New Point of Sale System for Fast Growing Food Specialist

Written by Craig Aberle

Craig Aberle of The Point of Sale News™ interview CARS Sandwiches and Shakes and learns why they chose Revention for their delivery management tools.

Pickleman's finds a top-level user interface in Revention

When Pickleman's, an upscale fast-casual sandwich shop, first opened, we were looking for a technology company that offered point of sale solutions and could grow with our business while sharing our affinity for customer service. In the restaurant industry it is necessary to not only offer quality food and service, but also provide a top-level user interface for your mobile customers. Not only did we find that in Revention, a provider of custom point of sale solutions to the hospitality industry, but we felt confident the company would stay relevant as technology and the customer's needs changed.

Venture Capital in the POS Industry (2015)

Written by Craig Aberle

Craig Aberle of The Point of Sale News™ reports on the POS industry.

Roostar Vietnamese Grill Enlists Revention to Customize their Point of Sale System

Ronnie Nguyen said that they are very careful when choosing “partners in their success.” “From asking Slow Dough to deliver us the best bread in the city to enlisting Revention to customize our POS (point of sale) system, our vendors become more than just vendors to us. They become a part of us,” he said.

CASE STUDY: Escalante's

Escalante’s is a popular full service restaurant and bar with 5 locations in the Houston area. Before Revention, the POS in place was Micros, an outdated system that was increasingly causing problems in many key areas by slowing down business growth, hindering profits, causing frequent staff frustration and wasting precious time and money.

The Point of Sale News Reports: Point of Sale Competition Escalates With Buybacks (2014)
 Written by Craig Aberle

Craig Aberle of The Point of Sale™ News discusses Revention’s POS Buyback Program and the current nature of competition in the POS industry…

Pizza Marketplace Reports: Why Now is the Time to Upgrade Your POS System (2014)
Written by Alicia Kelso

Pizza Marketplace polls industry representatives, including Revention Product Manager Laura Gaudin, about the reasons why 2014 is the year operators should update their POS systems...

Houston Business Journal Reports: Revention Ranked Among Best Places to Work (2013)

Revention Ranked Among Best Places to Work 2013 by the Houston Business Journal...

Samsung Solid-State Drives Enable Ultra-Reliable Point of Sale Terminals for Restaurants and Bars 

Revention, Inc., a maker of high-performance point of sale (POS) terminals for the restaurant industry, decided in 2009 to switch from hard disk drives (HDDs) to solid-state drives (SSDs) to differentiate its terminals from competing products. But its initial experience with other manufacturers’ SSDs resulted in unacceptable failure rates... Reports:  How Mobile Apps Increase Sales During Peak Times (2014)
Written by Jess Taylor columnist Jess Taylor examines how mobile apps are helping restaurants rush times....

CASE STUDY: BLU Restaurant || Lounge Conducted by Revention, Inc. (2013)

Running a high-volume multi-concept establishment like BLU Restaurant & Lounge is no easy task. Meeting these demands calls for a strong point of sale system with customizable capabilities that go above and beyond the standard technologies available in the industry. This case study examines the problems BLU was experiencing with their former POS provider, and the solutions that were put into place once Revention technology was implemented…

Houston Business Journal Reports: Revention Honored as a Fast Tech Company (2013)

Revention Ranked Among the 25 companies chosen by Houston Business Journal for the Fast Tech 2013 Award...

CASE STUDY: Revention Point of Sale Conducted by DigitalPersona

Revention is a leading provider of point-of-sale (POS) and restaurant management system (RMS) technology for the restaurant industry. Revention’s Pizza and Restaurant POS software packages have been designed with quality, security and ease-of-use in mind, in addition to consolidation of all management functionalities. The POS software is flexible enough to be modified at any time, yet still affordable for any size organization, from the corporate, nationwide chain, to the smaller, privately-owned businesses...

Houston Business Journal Reports: Revention Grows From Two Bedroom Apartment to Millions in Revenue (2013)

Revention Ranked as Fast 100 Company by Houston Business Journal...

Houston Business Journal Reports: Building a Better Mousetrap (2007)

A point-of-sale system that could cope with the intricacies of pizza orders turned out to be a recipe for success for Revention POS Systems...