Grocery-Specific iPad POS Shortens Training Time for Supermarket

Revel Systems has released a version of its iPad POS system designed specifically for supermarkets. Revel has expanded into the grocery industry with the launch of its Grocery POS at Marty's Market, a specialty market in Pittsburgh, PA.
"We've seen so many great benefits of the system in the time we've had it live in our store," said Lawrence Capozzolo, head of IT for Marty's Market in a statement. "With its now familiar intuitive touchscreen interface, the iPad makes it so simple for our employees to learn that we don't have to spend days training them. Adding to the simplicity and compactness of the system, the solution ties in to our flatbed scanner and card reader in a way that matches the flow of our store."
The Grocery POS system integrates with the Dwolla payment platform, supports plug-ins with LevelUp's payment platform, connects wirelessly through Revel Router to hardware including Honeywell flatbed scanners, Epson printers, chip/PIN attachments, cash drawers and scales. The system also imports and exports products to allow for quicker price changes, prints price-embedded SKUs for an expedited checkout process, incorporates a grocery store API that allows modification of products and scans manufacturer and online coupons. The solution includes a customer-facing kiosk mode for self-checkout lanes and back-end POS features such as real-time reporting for inventory control and employee scheduling.
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