Industry News | September 1, 2015

Extreme Pizza Among First to Adopt Integrated Revention System

Revention Point of Sale Solutions is pleased to announce its partnership with eWORDofMOUTH (eWOM), the leading cardless loyalty, referral, and rewards system for restaurant chains and multichannel consumer companies, which is now fully integrated with Revention POS, HungerRush online ordering, and mobile ordering applications.

The eWOM platform provides businesses a robust, enterprise-strength digital marketing platform that integrates one-time use coupon codes, an automated loyalty program, e-mail and referral marketing, and a sophisticated customer segmentation and analytics engine. 

Seventy-eight percent of Millennials are more likely to choose a brand that offers a loyalty or rewards program over a brand that doesn’t offer one.

eWOM’s streamlined technology eliminates all customer and restaurant operator friction by removing dependencies on mobile app downloads, cards, account tracking, tablets, and complicated redemption procedures. Seamlessly integrated with the entire Revention platform, the eWOM system can be deployed in a matter of days, is very cost effective, and can increase revenue rapidly for companies that have one or thousands of locations globally.

“We are excited about integrating with the eWOM solution,” says Laura J. Gaudin, director of product management at Revention. “A cardless loyalty and rewards program offers another way for our customers to be successful. I really like the simplicity of the program, easy to understand for the customers and easy to manage as an owner operator.”

Extreme Pizza is one of the first national restaurant chains to adopt eWOM’s new integration with Revention POS, HungerRush online ordering, and mobile ordering applications. “eWORDofMOUTH is a great partner for Extreme Pizza! I am extremely pleased and look forward to many more prosperous years to come,” says Todd Parent, CEO of Extreme Pizza.

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