March 31, 2016 – Revention and TenderCard, a leader in the stored value industry in Gift Card and Loyalty services since 1997, have partnered to offer a unique value-added product for the electronic payment industry and their merchants of all sizes.
The TenderCard Gift Card solution seamlessly integrates with the Revention system helping to retain current customers and attract new ones. It moves the funds via ACH from the issuing location (merchant) bank account into that of the redeeming merchant location. Gift cards can be used simultaneously between participating merchant locations to offer convenience and accuracy; and more significantly in today’s environment, gift cards actually help to reduce fraud inherent with paper certificates. This integration ensures the increase in visit frequency, enhances the average purchase, and results in overall growth of the merchant’s business.
“We are excited to offer TenderCard, as an additional gift card solution to our customers. We have been very impressed with ease of use and the services provided by TenderCard,” stated Laura J. Gaudin, Director of Product Management at Revention.
TenderCard started as a value-added product for Independent Sales Organizations (ISO) in 1997; and over the years has become a leader in the stored value industry with tens of thousands of active merchants processing transactions for millions of cards.
To find out more about TenderCard, please visit their website at http://www.tendercard.net/
Revention® is the leading developer of complete, customizable restaurant and entertainment management solutions designed to streamline the way hospitality concepts do business. Revention’s offerings include point-of-sale solutions, HungerRush® integrated online ordering, and Revention Enterprise. For additional information, go to www.revention.com
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