Fast Casual Concept Pieology Chooses Revention POS for Rapid Expansion

July 17, 2013

June 21, 2013 –Since its inception, California-based fast casual pizza concept Pieologyhas enjoyed such popularity that expansion began shortly after the first store opened in Fullerton, CA in 2011. Currently, Pieology has 3 stores open in California, with plans to open as many as six more locations in the very near future. After installing Revention POS technology in their first two stores, they were so pleased with the performance of the products that Pieology named Revention as the preferred POS provider for all of their stores, present and future.

“We needed a POS system that had the capability of keeping up with our rapid expansion not only around the country, but around the world,” stated Kyle Hopkins, Director of Franchise Development & Operations for Pieology. “A POS system like Revention is a must in today's modern world and their customer service has been the best I have ever worked with in the industry.”

Hopkins also spoke about how important PCI compliancy is to Pieology. “One of our favorite features about Revention is the emphasis on PCI compliancy. Not only is their technology a PCI compliant solution, but you also have that sense of security knowing that Revention is always keeping you up to date with all PCI compliance issues,” Hopkins explained.

Pieology, literally “The Study of Pizza”, is devoted to creating perfect pizzas and they live up to their name. Often called the Chipotle of pizza, Pieology restaurants provide a large variety of ingredients for their customers to create their own customized pizzas. They are devoted to “making the world a better place one pizza at a time.”

Fast casual pizza concepts like Pieology are on the rise, and Revention is proud to be partnered with a successful, forward-thinking company like Pieology, a company with nothing but continued success on the horizon.

Topics: Online / Mobile / Social, POS, Systems / Technology

Companies: Revention

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