Revel is #8 in Top 14 Retail software
Last updated: December 26, 2020
The first wired ethernet connectivity for iPad POS systems. Manage multiple devices universally from any remote location. Save time with reports that explain your business progress and projection to you. Keep business up and running during an Internet slow-down or power outage
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#8 in Top 14 Retail software
#7 in Top 13 Restaurant software
The best alternatives to Revel are: Toast POS, Square, ShopKeep
Latest news about Revel
2015. iPad POS platform Revel gets $13.5 million funding
iPad point-of-sale company Revel Systems raises $13.5M to expand in Asia and Europe. Revel will continue differentiating from other tablet POS systems by including a wide array of features in its software suite so it can handle deliveries and shipping in addition to payment processing. This allows Revel to compete with enterprise software like Micros System, which was acquired by Oracle for about $5.3 billion last year. Revel also recently added Ethernet connections for clients who want to use iPads to handle transactions but can’t rely on wireless connections, such as sports stadiums and government agencies.
2015. Revel adds Ethernet connection to its iPad POS system
Revel makes one of the leading iPad point-of-sales systems and was among the first to offer Apple Pay. Despite its focus on mobile payments, however, the startup is also trying to attract companies that are wary of handling financial transactions solely through wi-fi. To get more enterprises on board, Revel is launching wired ethernet connections, a move that it hopes will convince large retail businesses to replace their cash registers with iPads. Revel claims they are the first iPad POS provider to offer failover connections between wi-fi and cabled Ethernet, so if one falters, the other will take over. Called Revel Ethernet Connect, the hardware is now on sale for $250 and will be included with Revel’s iPad POS system after June 15.