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Trespass has invested in Eurostop's retail management system
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Aug '08
Trespass, the privately owned sportswear leisure brand, has invested in Eurostop's retail management system to manage sales and stock across its 70 stores.

The company has implemented Eurostop's e-pos on over 82 tills in stores and linked the e-rmis head office solution with its ERP back office system. Trespass claims more efficient sales and stock management using the new systems.

With the sales and stock data fully integrated with the business systems, Trespass is able to manage stock across its stores, with automatic re-ordering in place.

Trespass is also using the customer data collected to create and promote special offers and targeted marketing campaigns, rewarding loyal customers.

"We looked at a large number of suppliers. Eurostop met our requirements best overall - the package could do exactly what we wanted to do," explained Ian King, financial controller at Trespass.

"It is a well tested, proven system used by many other businesses in our retail market. It had the key features that we wanted, and in particular the reports functionality that we required."

With the recent acquisition of Nevisport, a leading outdoor and snowsports multi-brand speciality retailers, by Trespass's parent company, Jacobs and Turner Limited, Eurostop's e-pos is expected to be rolled out across these stores too.

There are plans to integrate the retail solution with the Nevisport mail-order business and website. The company will integrate online sales data into its central stock systems, enabling the website to act as a further sales channel.

In a separate development, Eurostop has announced the launch of a Chinese-language version of its market e-rmis (Retail Management System) and its e-pos (EPoS) solution. It recently set up an office in Shanghai.

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