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Trend setting retailer BOUDI puts Eurostop in store
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Oct '10
Launched in 1998 as an independent store for a wide range of designer brands, BOUDI has become well known for stocking the very latest trends for men, women and children. The company has recently invested in Eurostop's retail management system for its store located in New Bond Street.

The retailer is using Eurostop's e-pos in its store, having selected the system for its easy to use touch screen and integrated chip and PIN functionality. The integration with Eurostop's e-rmis which is installed at BOUDI's head office has also improved stock management.

As a leading fashion retailer in one of London's high end shopping locations, BOUDI chose Eurostop for its proven experience in the fashion industry and the flexibility of its solution. It uses the system to manage stock sizes and ranges, ensuring that it is able to meet the requests of its wide customer base.

Bobby Farboudi, Director at BOUDI said; “Eurostop offered exactly what we needed in a Windows based stock control system, particularly as we are shortly launching our new website. The solution offered excellent value for money and better functionality over competitive products.

“It is a proper system that provides us with the flexibility to tailor to our requirements to match sizes and colour ranges across our portfolio. With the management control and information that we have we will be able to adjust our buying requirements and forecasts much more accurately.”

Phillip Moylan, Sales & Marketing Manager at Eurostop commented, “Successful retailers that are at the high end of designer fashion sales are not exempt from the same basic principles of successful stock management. We work with retailers so that our system is easy to use but provides a high degree of flexibility such that they can identify their key sellers and good customers to continue to be a profitable business.”

Eurostop Ltd

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