San Francisco-based Revel Systems announced Lisa Falzone, co-founder and CEO of Revel, has been chosen by EY as one of the 12 entrepreneurs selected for the 2015 North American Entrepreneurial Winning Women program.
Launched in North America in 2008, Entrepreneurial Winning Women is a national competition and executive education program that identifies a select group of high-potential women entrepreneurs from the United States and Canada. The Entrepreneurial Winning Women program is part of EY Women. Fast forward, a global platform designed to accelerate the achievement of global gender parity.
Since its founding in 2010, Revel Systems has deployed over 20,000 terminals across the world and is growing at a rapid pace with merchants ranging from single location businesses to global franchises with multiple locations. Revel’s Point of Sale platform includes complete front-end order entry, cash register and payment processing, coupled with back-end personnel scheduling, time clock and payroll management, inventory management, comprehensive product/menu management, and advanced reporting to measure and optimize business performance.
Revel’s top clients include the following (or franchisees of the following): Alabama State University’s ASU Stadium, Belkin, Little Caesars Pizza, Goodwill, Griffin Technology, Lappert’s Ice Cream, Pizza Patron, Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen, San Jose Giants, Smoothie King, Stanford University, Tully’s Coffee, Tutti Fruiti Frozen Yogurt, and many others.
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