Industry News | April 5, 2016

New Cracker Barrel Fast Casual Selects Revel iPad POS

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Revel Systems, the iPad Point of Sale management solution for brick-and-mortar retail, food businesses, and more, announced that Holler & Dash, a contemporary fast-casual restaurant brand from the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, has selected Revel’s iPad Point of Sale as their strategic partner for its first location, with plans to expand to additional locations once it opens.

“When opening Holler & Dash, we were looking to align with a modern, fast-growing company that empowers businesses to grow, so Revel’s iPad Point of Sale solution was the natural choice. We wanted a cutting edge operating system that is easy to use, reliable and customizable to meet our specialized needs and Revel was up for the challenge,” says Mike Chissler, COO of Holler & Dash.

Holler & Dash recently opened their first location in Homewood, Alabama, a suburb of Birmingham, on March 15 with plans for expansion. Created for the modern, food-savvy customer, the biscuit-inspired menu pays homage to its Southern roots. The new restaurant is reinventing comfort food with a twist by delivering premium ingredients, bold recipes and signature biscuits created by Nashville-bred chefs, Jason McConnell and Brandon Frohne.

“We’re excited that Holler & Dash has selected Revel as their iPad Point of Sale management solution of choice to both launch and grow their business,” says Lisa Falzone, cofounder and CEO of Revel Systems. “We’re transforming the in-restaurant experience for staff and revolutionizing the transaction process for business owners and entrepreneurs. Our platform is designed to fit the unique needs of any business, whether it’s for a small stand-alone shop or large scale businesses with multiple locations.”

Holler & Dash selected Revel Systems based on their advanced and fully customizable iPad Point of Sale features that meet their business needs and allow their staff to operate with ease.  Most used features include employee scheduling, food ordering, kiosk, customer-facing display, KDS (kitchen display system), line buster, and online ordering.

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