Magazine Article | February 1, 2017

ISV Finds Niche Vertical Growth

By Mike Monocello, editor-in-chief, Business Solutions magazine
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An unexpected call from an amusement park led to an exciting and profitable new market for this food service ISV.

Your next big opportunity could be one phone call away. For ISV Revention, a great opportunity came about when the company was approached by Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, a world-famous seaside park full of rides, food, shopping, and other amusements. The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk management was having problems with its existing POS system for the food service portion of its business. The existing solution was old, outdated, prone to crashing, couldn’t accommodate growth, and couldn’t handle the sales volume of the popular park. Apart from stability, its requirements for a new system was that it needed kitchen management capabilities, the database needed to be accessible for export into other park systems, and the software needed to integrate with the CORE Cashless gift/entitlement cards sold to patrons for ride tickets, food vouchers, etc.