Leading retail outlets stocking quality brand cosmetics at discount prices invests in state of the art retail management system
All Wellan Good, the retail stores that sell quality health and beauty products at discount prices, has installed Eurostop’s e-rmis management system and e-pos tillpoint systems throughout its nine stores across the UK. All Wellan Good sells branded cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances at up to 70% off recommended retail prices. The stores stock a range of favourite branded cosmetics at outlet prices including L’Oreal, Revlon, Versace, NYX, Calvin Klein, KMS, TIGI, and Elizabeth Arden.
Wellan International, which trades as All Wellan Good, selected the system from Eurostop for its ease of use and for the company’s proven retail experience. All Wellan Good is using the system to monitor and track the sales of thousands of different manufacturers’ product lines. Using sales data collected by e-pos and fed back to the e-rmis head office system, the management team is able to monitor individual SKU sales and withdraw non- sellers and poor performing lines and ensure stocks meet demand for the top ranking products.
According to Chris Sheppard, owner and founder of All Wellan Good; “The Eurostop system provides us with an excellent business tool. It gives us all of the data and management information that we need to review our rates of sales and profitability of lines. We stock many different products from different manufacturers – Eurostop’s systems enable us to keep a close eye on what’s selling and what’s not.
“The tillpoint terminals look great and are straightforward to use – it also inspires confidence in our staff and customers that we are investing in the latest technology to support the business.”
Denise Proctor, Sales Executive of Eurostop commented; “All Wellan Good has built up its business successfully by providing customers with what they want at the right price. Eurostop systems are designed to help businesses like All Wellan Good to manage accurate, up to the minute records of all of their product lines to ensure that they do not tie up funds on non-profitable products, while also stocking the right ones to sell.”