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Revel's Go Green Initiative Starts with iPad KDS.

San Francisco, CA, July 20, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Revel Systems releases an iPad POS KDS to help restaurants go green in the kitchen. The Kitchen Display System is designed to increase efficiency and save paper. The iPad Kitchen Display System (KDS) has 3 modes: Kitchen View, Expedite View, Fryer view. This system displays food orders to chefs, provides feedback about the status of each order and captures service times for management reporting. The KDS provides a higher level of management control and customer service options.

Less hardware equals less cost, commonly used KDS systems require a flat panel display and a bump station. As each order is completed, the user can “touch” or delete the order from the queue by swiping their finger across the screen for the item of choice. While the kitchen view displays the items that need to be viewed, the expedite view is waiting for each item in the order to be completed.

"Revel's Go Green Initiative starts with no more paper in the kitchen, faster completion times, and accurate statistics for management." Lisa Falzone CEO

The first iPad POS system to sell a complete iPad KDS system.

About Revel Systems:

Revel Systems is an iPad hybrid cloud-based point-of-sale system for restaurants and retail establishments. Based in San Francisco, Calif., the company has developed a quick, intuitive, and secure system due to its cloud-based technology and the mobility of the iPad. For more information please visit www.revelsystems.com.

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Revel Systems, Inc.

Christopher Ciabarra

415-754-5355

pr@revelup.com

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