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Mary Shoes streamlines retail operations with Eurostop
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May '09
Eurostop has been chosen by Mary Shoes to supply retail management and EPOS systems. Specialist wholesaler Mary Shoes supplies Italian designer leather shoes and handbags to 30 outlets across Africa. Eurostop's e-rmis and e-pos systems have been installed at Mary Shoes' retail shop and warehouse site in London's vibrant and multi-cultural East End. This is the company's first UK retail outlet.

Mary Shoes evaluated three systems and selected Eurostop for its ease of use, comprehensive database and its intuitive reporting facilities. The system was also recommended by other retailers with shores in the same vicinity as Mary Shoes. The system is being used to manage all sales data and stock control and replaces a manual, paper-based system.

Angelo Moreno, General Manager at Mary Shoes commented, “The Eurostop system saves us a considerable amount of time on processing orders and has cut down on errors, which were time-consuming to rectify. We now know exactly what our stock position is, and we can see at a glance sales and profit information.”

Mr Moreno continued, “Eurostop has freed us from time consuming paperwork, allowing me to concentrate on the commercial areas of our business that will ensure that Mary Shoes remains profitable and the creative aspects that will enable us to stand out from the crowd.”

Phil Moylan, Sales and Marketing Manager at Eurostop said, “In this economic environment it is crucial for retailers to remain focused on their businesses with minimum distractions, so that they are able to provide the best possible products and service to their customers. At Eurostop we aim to automate as many retail processes as possible, so that our customers are free to concentrate on the creative side of their retail operations, knowing that the mundane task of keeping track of sales data, stock control and knowledge of which lines are most profitable is only a click of a mouse away.”

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