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Eurostop Chinese operations continue to go from strength to strength
25
Sep '08
Eurostop, a leading supplier of retail management and EPOS solutions for the fashion, footwear and lifestyle sectors, is to open two new offices in China and double its staff numbers.

This is as a direct result of continued success in the region. The new offices will be situated in Beijing and Guangzhou and will give the company a much wider geographic spread across the country to provide a better service to customers.

The original office was opened in Shanghai in February 2008 and has been working with major ERP vendors and partners. Eurostop has already signed its first two major customers and will be rolling out its first systems during October and November with a further 150 outlets planned for the same retailer in 2009.

Eurostop's systems, which cover all aspects of Retail Management are available in a range of languages as well as Chinese.

Richard Loh, Managing Director of Eurostop commented, “We are delighted with the progress of all of our Asian operations. Both Singapore and China are doing well and prospects look extremely promising."

"The new offices planned for Beijing and Guangzhou will enable us to provide a more regional service to our customers. The project to covert our product into the Chinese language has been a significant undertaking and shows our commitment to the market. It has had a considerable impact on Eurostop's ability to expand in the area and is a huge barrier to entry for most suppliers.”

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