Revel Systems has announced a global framework agreement with Shell Retail, which allows for the implementation of Revel’s iPad-based POS system services at selected retail fuel sites worldwide. This agreement follows a proof of concept in 2015-2016.
Revel is an iPad Point of Sale solution for single and multi-location businesses. It provides Shell retailers with the ability to instantly know the state of their business through a mobile, accessible system.
“Fuel retail is one of the largest retail industries in the world and due to its level of complexity and scale of deployments, many of these companies are forced to evolve at a slower rate,” said Lisa Falzone, co-founder and CEO of Revel Systems. “We’re excited to announce our partnership at Revelry and collaborate with Shell and enable business growth in the fuel retail market.”
The Revel platform allows for:
• secure fuel and convenience store card payments;
• managing pumps and wet stock inventory both straight from the iPad and remotely;
• developing loyalty programs for customers;
• ease in real time track of convenience store inventory;
• allowing customers to refuel, shop for items in store and pay in one place; and
• operating and accepting payments in offline mode.
“Improving our customer journey and experience whilst keeping all of our sites running with quick and easy service is paramount,” said Maggie van’t Hoff, CIO, Shell Retail. “With Revel Systems we are implementing new tablets and payment options that are easy to use, innovative and will improve the customer experience so that customers keep coming back to Shell.”
Chris Ciabarra, co-founder and CTO of Revel Systems, said: “We are pleased to announce that we have been working with Shell to provide technology as a service in an environment that not only allows Shell retailers to deliver exciting innovation today, but one that will future proof business in a way that is compliant and completely secure. We are confident that this technology and method of delivering through site systems as a service, will be adopted throughout the fuel industry and beyond.”