Wednesday, August 29 2018
11:00am - 8:00pm
11-4pm CCB commons & 6:30-8pm Howey Physics Classroom L2
Free food, freebies
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Revel Systems Day on Campus

Bring your resume and come chat with recruiters from Revel Systems in the College of Computing commons anytime between 11am and 4pm.

Can't make it in the morning or really want to be considered for their team?

Join them in Howey Physics Classroom L2 16 6:30-8pm for a stimulating discussion on next generation retail technology platform, including:

  • Revolutionizing the consumer experience
  • Enabling the Merchant better insight and management
  • Providing the staff the tools to serve customers

Free food will be provided if you come early!

About Revel Systems

Revel Systems is the POS and platform built to help businesses achieve their goals. Improving day-to-day operations and fueling merchant growth, Revel’s streamlined ecosystem pairs an intuitive point of sale with powerful management tools, integrating inventory management, employee management, sales reporting, and more into a single platform.

The Revel team is focused on its mission to disrupt and modernize the state of commerce by providing businesses the tools necessary to thrive. Come join a smart, motivated team and work at a leading technology company during the next phase of growth.

Why work at Revel?

At Revel you’ll be a part of a passionate, high energy, and strategic team. We are creating a culture where everything is possible. How do we do that? Our customers are our top priority, and we act with a high sense of urgency to support them. It also means working together to support our common goal. We always step up to new challenges because we know that we want to progress as individuals but also because our business demands it. We believe in making smart decisions and using research and data to guide us to the best results. Revel was sparked by an entrepreneurial spirit, and we’re not interested in being a part of the status-quo.