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Chinese language version drives Eurostop's expansion in Far East
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Jun '08
Growth in Eurostop's International operations continues apace with the introduction of the company's Chinese language version of its market leading e-rmis (Retail Management System) and its e-pos (EPOS) solution. Since establishing its operations in Shanghai, China, Eurostop has been in negotiations with many new customers.

Ms. Hew Poh Yin, Managing Director of Eurostop's China operations commented, “The reaction to the Eurostop software has been extremely favourable, both from prospective customers and our third party business partners. We expect to be able to announce significant contracts imminently.”

Richard Loh, Managing Director of Eurostop Limited said, “Eurostop is committed to International expansion. Entering the Chinese market requires a huge investment which we have now made. The conversion of the Eurostop software systems, supporting documentation and website to Chinese gives us a major advantage over our competitors.”

Mr. Loh continued, “China is a very exciting market for Eurostop, the market is huge and a retailer with 100 shops is considered really quite small. In addition to the fantastic start we have achieved in China, our Singapore operation is going from strength to strength. We expect to have a major announcement in the coming weeks”.

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