Retailers in fashion and footwear invest in Eurostop’s retail management systems to stay a step ahead of trends and customer demand
Eurostop has announced a strong year for business growth with a 20% increase in revenue from the previous twelve months. The company has signed up many new clients from the UK lifestyle sector, including high profile brands such as Vertu (bespoke high end mobile phones) and Pretty Green, Liam Gallagher’s men’s clothing label, as well as York Ltd, (trading as Marks and Spencer in Gibraltar and Marbella). Eurostop has also expanded significantly in China with new customers including the leading sports brand Anta Sports Products Ltd that has over 12,000 stores, Mango fashion clothing and John Henry menswear as well as new clients in Singapore including The Face Shop and Anna Nucci Pte Ltd.
Eurostop’s new product releases have included e-pos touch, its new touch screen point of sale system and e-manager, its browser based dashboard control panel that gives a complete overview of an EPOS estate. Both products have been successfully rolled out to new and existing customers in the last twelve months.
Deborah Loh, Marketing Manager at Eurostop said; “The last twelve months have been a fantastic growth period for us. The retail market has started to benefit from increased consumer confidence and we are finding that many retailers are investing in new systems to help them use sales and customer data to better manage stock levels and improve customer service.
“We have also continued to develop our systems to make them easier to use, enabling retailers to concentrate on their business. Our new products have been designed to help retailers capture sales data and use the analytics to forecast and meet trends, vital to staying ahead in the fashion and footwear industry.”