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Wednesday 19 June 2019


Tiso chooses Eurostop EPoS

Written by Peter Walker

Scottish outdoor clothing and equipment retailer Tiso has selected Eurostop’s connected stock management and electronic point of sale (EPoS) systems for 13 stores.

Tiso chose Eurostop’s stock system e-rmis, e-pos touch and the business intelligence module e-cubes, to provide the detailed stock management and replenishment required to manage the variety of items sold in-store and online.

Over recent years Tiso has increased both its number of outlets and product range, stocking a wide variety of clothing, footwear and equipment for adventurer sports. The investment in Eurostop retail systems will support further expansion plans.

Eurostop’s e-rmis system manages the entire replenishment process, from when items are picked using a wireless scanner, to packing and delivering to stores. Integration with the stock system provides head office with sales data of all product lines across all store and online channels. Business insights from sales data using Eurostop’s e-cubes module also aids merchandise planning.

Chris Tiso, chief executive of Tiso Stores said; “The replenishment facility within e rmis was exactly what we were looking for, it gives us far greater control of store replenishment, so we have an accurate view of the business.

“Customised reporting gives us a handle on the stores’ performance, especially with our expansion plans,” he continued. “Our new Aviemore store will have even greater floor space for customers to try out products and investing in Eurostop systems provides us with the technology in store to provide an even better customer experience from trial to purchase.”

Tiso has installed Eurostop’s new e-pos touch, with added functionality to manage promotions and offers at the till point.

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