MainStream and Revel Expand iPad POS Product for Small Businesses

June 29, 2016, Written By John H. Oldshue
MainStream and Revel Expand iPad POS Product for Small Businesses

MainStream Merchant Services and Revel Systems announced a partnership to create a total business management solution to help small businesses enhance their operations, increase efficiency and add precision to cost and profit management–all from their iPads.

Revel, an iPad-based business management solution service for brick-and-mortar retailers and food businesses, provides cloud-based software that can be used simultaneously by everyone on the management team. The software makes management’s lives easier and enables customers to choose their payment options and can speed up transaction times.

“This partnership is a great way for MainStream to start a different kind of conversation with prospective clients,” says Revel CRO Bobby Marhamat. “MainStream’s national footprint of sales consultants is the perfect platform to introduce a total business management solution that will take business sales and operations management to a whole new level.”

MainStream, a payment processing solutions company, says Revel will help improve and expand their services to more businesses.

“Revel is a perfect partnership opportunity for MainStream,” says Andy Glover, MainStream’s Vice President of Product. “As businesses get more competitive and more sophisticated, they need more sophisticated solutions that help them accomplish more without adding overhead. Revel offers just that through one of the most intuitive and feature-rich interfaces I’ve encountered. With Revel, MainStream is able to provide business solution consultation services to clients that truly propels their business forward.”

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