$3.7M for Revel Systems

San Francisco startup Revel Systems, which has developed an iPad-based point-of-sale system to help restaurants track sales, said today that it has raised $3.7 million in a funding round led by DCM, an early-stage venture firm with offices in Menlo Park, CA, Beijing, and Tokyo. DCM general partner Jason Krikorian has joined Revel’s board. The new capital will be used to expand sales and marketing, product development, and customer support operations, the startup said in an announcement.

Wade Roush is a freelance science and technology journalist and the producer and host of the podcast Soonish. Follow @soonishpodcast

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One response to “$3.7M for Revel Systems”

  1. Spidee says:

    Revel, like Shopkeep and Square are reshaping the mundane pos market. But their is a another kid on the block in this demanding diverse market place. Tillify.com. It’s still in private beta but has some awesome features that other pos solutions have missed. It also is very slick in it’s design and function.