The company will deploy Eurostop's e-pos touch till systems and e-rmis to manage stock and head office functions in its Singapore stores.
E-pos touch utilises the latest Windows technology and has been designed with an intuitive touch screen display. It runs on a range of hand held devices, reflecting the trend for flexibility in adjusting to customer demand in the retail environment.
The company's stores also plan to introduce Eurostop's customer loyalty module, which will enable the stores to reward regular customers and offer promotional incentives or drive engagement.
Raphaelle de Ponsay, marketing manager, Chateau de Sable, Singapore said, “We have found that Eurostop's user interface makes it easy to train staff, so that they can be up and running very quickly. Receiving merchandise is so much faster now. We can put the stock in the store much quicker. We do not waste time with stock sitting in storage until we have checked it all on the system. Plus we have more visibility of all our orders, making it much easier to track and account for.” (HO)
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