May 5, 2016 – Revention is excited to announce the release of their comprehensive Full Service Ordering module. Revention’s market saturation across all restaurant and bar concepts is expanding exponentially and full service features were the next step in this expansion.
Revention Full Service offers a robust Guest Management solution, providing real-time kitchen preparation times, table turns, and order status alerts. Guest Management also monitors “To Go” orders to ensure all guests are receiving the highest level of consistent service.
Revention Table Management now offers graphical indicators that allow managers to quickly assess the status of each table within the dining room. Revention’s intuitive split check functionality is easy to manage and includes features such as, one-click split by seat number and the split item function. Revention has also added additional features to streamline kitchen efficiencies including, hold and fire, kitchen production item counts, and production times and timers.
“The traditional full service model is evolving. It’s all about increasing sales and finding new ways to sell more product. This is where Revention excels”, states Laura J. Gaudin, Revention Director of Product Management. “It is common for a concept to offer Full Service, Bar, and Carryout to meet consumer demand. Revention can simultaneously accommodate all of these service styles with ease, and includes options for an integrated online ordering site and a custom mobile app.”
Revention will be demonstrating the new Full Service module at the upcoming National Restaurant Association show in Chicago, May 21-24, 2016.
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 R-Enterprise. Revention provides a complete solution that includes customized installation, training, technical support and much more.
For additional information, go to www.revention.com
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