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Cambridge Satchel picks Eurostop retail software solution
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Mar '14
Eurostop, a leading supplier to the fashion, footwear and lifestyle sectors has been selected by the Cambridge Satchel Company to supply EPOS, stock management and head office solutions for its growing retail arm.
 
Eurostop’s e-pos has been installed at the brand’s stores in London's Covent Garden and Rose Crescent in Cambridge. 
 
e-rmis has been installed at the retailer’s head office where as well as capturing sales data, it will be used to manage stock, enabling the stores to call down allocated stock from the factory as required to meet customer demand. 
 
In December 2012, The Cambridge Satchel Company opened its first retail store, in London’s Covent Garden. This meant that the retailer needed a permanent retail management information system. Eurostop’s e-rmis and e-pos came highly recommended supported by a long track record and experience within the fashion sector. 
 
Chloe King, IT Manager at Cambridge Satchel Company explained; “Eurostop compared very well against the other systems we looked at. Its comprehensive back office functionality makes it so much more than just an EPOS system – exactly what we were looking for in our new system. Eurostop provides us with clear visibility of how products are performing, enabling us to take better and more informed business decisions.”
 
The Cambridge Satchel Company is currently working with Eurostop to implement the Givex Gift Card which is fully integrated with the Eurostop system. 
 
Phillip Moylan, Sales & Marketing Manager at Eurostop commented; “At Eurostop we concentrate on making our systems highly functional and yet easy to use.  Smaller retailers are able to get up and running with the system quickly, confident that the system will then grow with them as their business expands. ”
 

Cambridge Satchel Company


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