From one small store founded in Fort William High Street in 1970, Nevisport has grown into one of the nation’s leading outdoor and snow sports specialty retailers with eleven outlets nationwide, including Scotland’s newest ski area at Nevis Range. Nevisport stocks top brands of camping and outdoor clothing and equipment and has recently opened a new outlet in Kendal in the English Lake District.
It is now one of the UK’s leading outdoor and snow sports specialty retailers and has installed Eurostop’s retail management system across all eleven of its sales outlets in the North of England and Scotland. Nevisport is using e-rmis for its head office management system and e-pos at till point in store to manage sales and stock.
Proven retail experience
Nevisport chose Eurostop for its proven experience of working in the clothing and footwear retail market. Eurostop’s solution is also used by sister company Trespass, the outdoor clothing specialist. Trespass’ parent company Jacobs and Turner Limited acquired Nevisport earlier this year.
Tracking sales accurately
According to Mike Benson, Merchandising and Stock Control Manager at Nevisport; “We expect the new Eurostop solution to bring significant benefits to our business with stock management and sales. We stock a wide range of brands and using Eurostop systems will enable us to track sales effectively.
“Our staff have already familiarised themselves with the new systems and even in these early days we have already seen some improvements since implementing the solution in our stores.”
Keeping customers loyal
Nevisport is also using e-cubes, the data mining module that enables the company to interrogate and report on sales and customer data.
Phillip Moylan, Sales and Marketing Manager at Eurostop said; “Eurostop’s systems have been designed to streamline stock and sales management for retailers. Our experience of working with retailers – from the small independents to large chains – helps us to understand the issues that they face on a daily basis. Keeping a tight control on stock movements, hot sellers and less popular lines is vital to maintain profit margins, ever more so in these challenging times.”