Industry News | February 23, 2013

Revel iPad POS Provider Integrates with QuickBooks

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Revel Systems, which provides iPad point-of-sale (POS) solutions for restaurant, grocery, and retail business establishments, announced a complete integration of its reporting suite with QuickBooks, the accounting software suite developed by Intuit. 

Revel Systems' award-winning iPad POS system will be able to directly export all sales, product mix, and other financial information into QuickBooks, making it the latest accounting software addition to integrate directly with Revel POS, including Ctuit and RTI (franchise reporting).

This will save store owners and accountants countless hours, as well as a significant amount of money every month.

"We have been hearing requests for QuickBooks integration for some time now," says Lisa Falzone, cofounder and CEO of Revel Systems. "In our drive to provide the most robust point-of-sale to meet our customers' needs, we wanted to make sure that we were able to integrate completely with as many versions and variations of QuickBooks as possible, and we are happy to say that's exactly what we've done."

By integrating into QuickBooks Anywhere, clients are able pull all of their information automatically to any edition of QuickBooks, regardless of software version.

"It's a great opportunity for businesses to keep all of their existing data and continue with the accounting suite they have always used, without any extra steps or changes," Revel cofounder and chief technology officer Christopher Ciabarra says. 

Palo Alto, California–based Intuit first developed QuickBooks to piggyback off of its successful personal finances software package, Quicken.

QuickBooks now accounts for as much as 85 percent of the SMB accounting and finances software market. By providing the integration, Revel will add just another option to its feature set.  

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