April 21, 2015 – Revention is pleased to announce that the company has been selected as a Preferred Partner by the Texas Restaurant Association (TRA). After a rigorous and lengthy process of selection, TRA chose Revention as the first company awarded the honor of being a TRA Preferred Partner in the last 5 years. Not only that, but Revention also carries the distinction of being the first and only point of sale (POS) company ever to be chosen by the TRA for this prestigious accolade.
“POS systems are an essential part of every restaurant operation, and this partnership with Revention will help our members navigate the ever-changing technology landscape successfully,” said Richie Jackson, CEO, Texas Restaurant Association.
Both Revention and the Texas Restaurant Association are dedicated to advancing the state of the ever-evolving restaurant industry, and the partnership opens up new and exciting opportunities for both parties to do so. Additionally, Revention will be sponsoring many of the TRA’s upcoming events, such as TRA Marketplace conference being held this June in Dallas, as well as the TRA’s Lone Star Bash and Texas ProStart Golf Classic & Casino Night.
“We are humbled and honored to be chosen as the official POS provider for the Texas Restaurant Association. We look forward to a successful and rewarding partnership,” stated Jeff Doyle, President/CEO of Revention.
Revention is proud to be selected as a Preferred Partner by the TRA, and incredibly excited to now be the official POS provider for Texas Restaurant Association.
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. Revention’s goal is to provide a complete solution that includes customized installation, training, and technical support.
For additional information, go to www.revention.com
About the Texas Restaurant Association
The Texas Restaurant Association was formed in 1937 to serve as the advocate in Texas and the indispensable resource for the hospitality and foodservice industry. Today, as a leading business association, TRA represents the state’s $44.5 billion restaurant industry, which is comprised of 40,000 plus locations and a workforce of 1.2 million employees. Along with the Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation, the Association represents, educates and promotes the growing industry.
For additional information, go to www.restaurantville.com
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