Revention Point of Sale Solutions has integrated with LevelUp, a mobile loyalty and payments platform that uses QR code technology to execute mobile transactions via Smartphones. The flexibility of the LevelUp mobile application allows for seamless integration with a wide range of restaurant industry concepts.
The LevelUp mobile app, which is free for customers to download and available for both iPhone and Android devices, allows registered users to securely link their debit or credit card to a unique QR code displayed within the app. This enables users to pay at the point of sale terminal by scanning the QR code on their phone; seconds later they receive a digital receipt confirming their payment. Considering the prevalence of Smartphone technology among consumers, LevelUp products fill a demand that will only continue to increase in the future.
“Over one and a half million consumers are already paying with LevelUp at 14,000 locations across the country,” stated Harald Prokop, CTO of LevelUp. “We are excited about the partnership with Revention to provide merchants a seamless integrated solution to to save on processing, grow revenues, and to learn more about their customers.”
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