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I have been working at Revel Systems full-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Fastest growing company with something new every month going on which is really fun. By far one of the greatest company's I have worked for in a while. Leadership has a solid vision for the company and it shows with the latest announcements of raising 100 million and getting one of the largest companies to replace their product with Revel's product. Intuit just picked Revel for their POS system and this is just amazing in my eyes. I have seen others hating on Revel and not sure why. They are now worth half a billion dollars.
Younger crowd which brings on a lot of rumors and hence silly replies on here. Growing pains due to fast growth and because of that can be a bit disorganized
Advice to Management
Choose to focus on selling deeper into industries that we have already done the features for. I love how the founders sit with everyone and tell them the story of Revel when they first are hired.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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The process took 2 days – interviewed at Revel Systems.
first spoke to a recruiter, who did a fantastic job stating the specifics of the role, what the company was hoping to achieve with this position in Las Vegas, and other major markets in the US, and salary requirements. Everything went great, and my salary expectations, although higher than offered, were still alright with the compensation package discussed. Second round was scheduled for the next day via Skype with the director of business development, it was a horrible experience. The director was 15 minutes late to the call, once on the call he started off by saying " give me a few minutes, i haven't had a chance to look at your resume", then followed by " alright well make this short and sweet". within 10 minutes The interview was over, at no point asking anything relative or insightful. Horrible experience. I had rescheduled other interviews as they had pushed for a next day second round interview, and for that? very unprofessional. At worse, as a director, he should want to sell me on the company, not sit back on his seat and state this will be " short and sweet" and not want to know about my background, or info on the job. I know start ups can have growing pains, as I have been a successful training manager at 2 of them, but this was unacceptable and a bad sign of where the company may be headed.
- "So tell me, why did you apply for this position, was it just because you said " hey, heres a job that looks good" or simply because you need one? " 1 Answer
Revel Systems iPad POS was founded in 2010 in San Francisco, CA with the goal of changing the point-of-sale market. Founders Lisa Falzone and Chris Ciabarra developed a quick, intuitive and secure iOS-based point-of-sale system by combining cloud-based technology and the mobility of the iPad. Revel Systems software offers a feature-rich POS solution for restaurant, retail and ...
Mission: To help customers succeed in their business by providing them the best Point of Sale system in the market place.