Revention, the industry-leading provider of restaurant management technology, is focused on continuous improvement by adding new features to keep restaurants operating and generating revenue during dine-in shutdowns due to Covid-19. Revention said it’s proud to see its customers, such as Little Pops NY Pizzeria in Naperville, Illinois, succeed in a very challenging environment.

Little Pops NY Pizzeria typically serves 200-250 pizzas on a Friday night. Within 24 hours of the Illinois governor’s order to close all dine-in restaurants, Little Pops converted the restaurant’s dining room to support the increase in no-contact delivery and carry-out orders with six outdoor tables that provided curbside pickup. They served a whopping 432 pizzas that night!

“Thanks to having 5,000 loyalty program customers stored in the Revention point-of-sale database, we were able to quickly communicate the new curbside pickup and no-contact delivery options,” said owners Mike and Vicki Nelson. “Getting the word out through email and Facebook has increased our business by 75%.”

The Revention restaurant management system gives restaurateurs the ability to own the relationship with their customers by obtaining and storing their data through the integrated point of sale system and loyalty program. That database was key to driving revenue for Little Pops NY Pizzeria.

“We are focused on empowering customers to be agile and to quickly adapt their operations to new conditions,” said Dan Wallin, Revention’s vice president of products. “We are continuously adding new features that make a difference today and will serve them well in the future.”

What’s New
In addition to the new no-contact delivery option in HungerRush Online Ordering, pick-up is now even easier, there’s more integrated third-party service partners, and additional choices for gift cards. Here’s what’s new:

  • Ability for restaurant customers to notify restaurant upon arrival for quick and easy curbside pickup.
  • Third-party order and delivery services integration has expanded and now includes DoorDash, UberEats, Postmates, Grubhub, and more.
  • E-Gift cards are available through our third-party gift card partners. This value-add allows restaurants to access immediate revenue.

No-Contact Training and Installation
Revention is currently offering a HungerRush Online Ordering and Delivery Starter Bundle for a reduced price of $199 per month to help restaurants operate more efficiently and generate revenue right now during dine-in shutdowns. This includes HungerRush Online Ordering that can be deployed on any device, a Revention point-of-sale terminal, optional DoorDash on-demand delivery services, and 24/7/365 US-based customer support.

Revention has implemented a new no-contact process of remote training and installation so restaurateurs can get up and running quickly while implementing safety measures for employees and patrons.

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