Revention Inc. announced it will launch a nationwide sales campaign focused on a POS buyback.

Revention's National Point of Sale Buyback Program allows for restaurateurs to receive up to $15,000 for trading in their current POS technology for a Revention system. Eligible equipment for trade-in includes any and all POS and POS related technology — regardless of make, model or provider, according to a company news release.

"The biggest obstacle restaurants and bars face when trying to switch POS vendors is their current investment in old technology," said Jesse Mund, Revention's director of sales. "This new program is designed to alleviate that stress and allow existing restaurants to take advantage of the newest technology. To date, we've exceeded $1 million in trade-in value with our Regional Buyback Program. We're excited to roll this campaign out nationally, and expect to buy back over $10 million in used point of sale systems over the next 12 months."

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  • Patrick Donnelly
    Yes, switch costs are an issue, but its also important to give your users better features for their industry. Switch costs will always be high when deciding on new technology, but its really about future growth and scalability. How much more can you save them time, costs, and give an owner the tools to increase their sales. Thats why Revel has invested in online ordering integration, takeout options, pie modifiers, and deliver management optimization. Patrick,
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