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Eurostop shows multi-lingual e-pos touch system at RBTE'14
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Mar '14
Eurostop, a leading supplier to the fashion, footwear and lifestyle sectors is showing the latest Windows 8 omni-channel and multi-lingual version of its e-pos Touch system at RBTE 2014. Eurostop e-pos Touch software can be used for standalone shops, concessions and franchises and can easily be integrated with the e-rmis head office system for larger users. 
 
The latest version is multi-lingual and designed with a Windows 8 look and feel, with adjustable icons on the display to suit the user. The new Eurostop e-pos Touch software has been optimised to run on a range of hand held devices including tablets and smartphones. 
 
e-pos Touch software is available on fixed tills, tablet and smartphone devices, with a special version for mobile phone retailers that handles IMEI codes. The software is easier and more intuitive for staff to use, reducing the requirement for training, and utilises mobile technology such as voice activation, making reporting for managers much quicker. 
 
The new release will run alongside current versions of e-rmis in a mixed environment (Windows 7, Windows 8) and provides a flexible, risk free upgrade path for existing customers.  
 
Phillip Moylan, Sales & Marketing Manager at Eurostop commented; “We are looking forward to being at RBTE 2014, expected to be the largest gathering of the retail industry in Europe, with thousands of visitors. It will give us the opportunity to meet with customers and demonstrate our new e-pos Touch software that is easier to use and brings the latest look and feel to the till point, reflecting the trends in new hand held and tablet technologies. Linked to our other business systems it will assist retailers to better serve customers, increasing sales and profitability.”

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