BlueBird Global selects Star TSP654II series for cloud-based ePOS solution

BlueBird Global is a certified reseller of Revel Systems and has brought the hugely successful iPad-based point-of-sale solution developed by Revel Systems to the UK and Europe. With strong growth since starting in 2013, BlueBird has gained over 200 clients in the hospitality and retail industries including AllPress Café, The Clove Club and Monocle Café.

BlueBird brings a full service, consultative approach to the market, supplying both Revel's software and hardware from preferred partners. Used in everything from small cafés to large restaurant chains, Revel's intuitive software and the complementary hardware have to perform reliably at all times.

With software packages tailored to meet the needs of retail, restaurants and bars, Revel iPad POS has been designed specifically to scale and adapt as a company develops to provide the best suited cloud-based ePOS solution for each individual customer.

Designed for customers who wish to integrate wireless handheld devices into their POS solution, the TSP654IIE desktop printer with WiFi Power Pack and the Bluetooth version TSP654IIBTi from Star offer compatibility with Apple iOS, which is a result of Star's investment in Apple Inc.'s MFi (Made for iPhone, iPad, iPod) certification, as well as other common operating systems including Android, Windows and Linux.

The TSP654IIBTi supports the Bluetooth SPP protocol that allows compatibility with other common operating systems. Its ease of use is highlighted by the ability to simply switch from iOS support to Android etc to allow configuration of the printer and selection of either MFi mode or SPP for all other operating systems.

Christophe Delacroix, MD, BlueBird Global, comments: "We chose to distribute Revel Systems very deliberately. It's the best POS product on the market, and we've taken the same approach with our hardware choices. Star printers, in particular the TSP654II, have been an excellent choice."

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