Industry News | September 16, 2014

Revention Inc. Enhances Online Ordering Solution

Revention Inc. announced the release of HungerRush Version 3.2 online ordering solution. The new platform aims to enrich the user experience for the consumer and offer dynamic configuration options to the storeowner.

One of the most significant new features with HungerRush is the Mobile Ready ordering platform. The online ordering site will detect that a mobile device is being used and present the website in a mobile friendly layout, while maintaining the robust features of the full website. Revention’s newly designed mobile ordering website is optimized for all mobile devices and browsers. Using a hybrid development approach that incorporates both adaptive and responsive Web design techniques allows Revention to deliver the most intuitive mobile ordering experience to the consumer. Now consumers can order with or without downloading an app, while having an effortless experience due to the unique design. By providing a mobile website as an option to customers, restaurant owners gain a competitive advantage over the competition. 

With interface options meant to streamline the order process, the new website design provides an enhanced visual layout that transforms the look and feel of the customer’s online ordering site. The new menu layout offers numerous graphic configurations and displays menu items on graphical tiles that expand with the menu item description and price. The new design creates the look of a kiosk menu.

In addition to design improvements, accepting multiple payments on a single order is also included within the new platform. HungerRush offers full support of 26 credit card processors, nine gift card providers, and four loyalty solutions. Improved coupon functionality, which includes a new coupon builder; menu configuration enhancements; and the ability to use Google Analytics are just a few of the key enhancements offered in HungerRush Version 3.2.  


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