February 1, 2016 – Revention is pleased to announce the release of Honeycomb, a cloud-based loyalty program. Honeycomb loyalty is integrated with all of Revention’s ordering products which include Revention point of sale, HungerRush Online Ordering, HungerRush Mobile Applications, and the newly released Self Service Ordering Kiosk.
Honeycomb is a comprehensive loyalty program developed by Revention that provides businesses with a robust configuration portal to create custom loyalty programs. A customer can earn rewards based on dollars spent, items purchased, number of visits, or any combination of the three. Businesses may also provide special promotions to celebrate a birthday or membership anniversary. Customers can easily enroll as loyalty members through all of the Revention ordering platforms. Rewards are earned in real time and immediately available for the member’s next order. Members can track their earned rewards through the online ordering website or mobile app.
Revention also offers an API for Honeycomb loyalty allowing integration with other point of sale and online ordering solutions. Migrating from another loyalty solution requires a simple import of the existing loyalty members’ information and point balance.
Laura J. Gaudin, Director of Product Management with Revention stated, “The flexibility of the Honeycomb loyalty solution is the best I’ve seen. The number of earned points and reward configurations is unlimited. Businesses can create a unique and robust loyalty program that benefits all of their loyalty members.”
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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