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    Revention was founded in 2003 with the goal of becoming the leading technology point of sale company, serving the hospitality industry. The name Revention was a play of several words such as: Revolutionary, Retention, Re-Invent, and Invention. All spun together to create Revention.

    Since the initial release of the Revention POS platform in 2005, Revention has grown rapidly and now currently serves more than 10,000 customers in the US, Canada, Mexico, South America, the Caribbean, Iceland, and the UAE. A major role in Revention's success is being a customer driven organization that listens to all customer needs and works hard to add those efficiencies into their environments.

    Being a fast growing and dynamic company requires the right people. Revention has hand-picked many industry experts to form the best of all worlds. Our colorful workplace adds amenities to our staffing that keeps smiles on their faces all day long. This results in very satisfied customers. 

    Revention has been recognized by several awards including Best Places to Work, Fastest Growing Technology Companies, and a spot on the Inc. 5000 list. Revention has been featured as the preferred point of sale system for Spike's Bar Rescue and has acquired the naming rights to the Revention Music Center.

    HQHouston, TX, US
    Employee Ratings3.4

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)79(-4%)
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Revention Office Locations

    Revention has offices in Houston, Austin, Chicago, Dallas and in 5 other locations
    Houston, TX, US (HQ)
    1315 West Sam Houston Pkwy N #100
    Austin, TX, US
    5611 Adams Ave
    Chicago, IL, US
    220 N Green St
    Dallas, TX, US
    1444 Oak Lawn Ave #406
    Lafayette, LA, US
    221 Southpark Rd Suite B-2
    Munster, IN, US
    8252 Hohman Ave
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    Revention Online and Social Media Presence

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    Revention Blogs

    How Grubhub, OpenTable, and Other Technology Platforms Profit Off Your Restaurant Franchise Data

    Third-party platforms and marketplaces are not new to the restaurant industry, but as their long-term impacts become increasingly clear (and ominous), more and more restaurant franchise operators are asking: Do we really want to be chained to them? The opportunities sparked by third-party platforms …

    Implementing a Retail-Restaurant Hybrid Strategy to Drive Additional Revenue

    While the COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in new opportunities for the restaurant industry, food service providers still face many challenges. Extensive restrictions and safety regulations, including new preventive measures like mandatory protective attire and regular hand washing, continue to increas…

    How to Adapt Your Restaurant During COVID-19

    These are trying times. The pandemic has disrupted restaurants financially and operationally. Restaurant owners are now forced to rethink their operations past the short term and in the long term.  Although many restaurants have reopened, most have had to limit their capacity for on-premises dining,…

    Goodbye, POS: The Restaurant Management System (RMS) is the Future

    When McDonalds became the first restaurant in the world to adopt the digital point of sale (POS) system in 1973, it was a game-changing moment. In the fifty years since, POS systems have evolved to encompass a wide array of features, used by almost every restaurant in the United States. But the POS …

    Take Command of Your Multi-Unit Restaurant: The 5 Pillars of Data Mastery

    Chaos often feels like the default state of the restaurant industry.  Even for successful multi-unit restaurants and franchises, managing growth can feel a lot more like putting out fires than strategically hitting targets. You may achieve your goals, but you never feel like you’re tota…

    Become More Profitable by Building Customer Loyalty

    The Relationship Between Customer Loyalty and Profitability Customer loyalty and restaurant profitability are intricately tied to one another. According to the Gartner Group, nearly 80% of your future profits will come from just 20% of your existing customers. This means that when decid…
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    Revention Frequently Asked Questions

    • How many employees does Revention have?

      Revention has 79 employees.

    • Who are Revention competitors?

      Competitors of Revention include Toast, Fishbowl and Hostme.

    • Where is Revention headquarters?

      Revention headquarters is located at 1315 West Sam Houston Pkwy N #100, Houston.

    • Where are Revention offices?

      Revention has offices in Houston, Austin, Chicago, Dallas and in 5 other locations.

    • How many offices does Revention have?

      Revention has 9 offices.