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FatFace selects EPoS for US expansion

By Retail Technology | Thursday September 8 2016

Outdoor lifestyle brand retailer FatFace has selected it's new EPoS provider for its expansion in the US

The company is opening three new stores to add to the 220 it already has in the US and has picked Eurostop’s EPoS Touch for the outlets in Newport, Rhode Island, Portland, Maine and Springfield, Massachusetts.

A key decision factor in the selection of Eurostop was their experience in implementing retail systems in the US, particularly the ability to deal with regionalised taxation.

The company has integrated Eurostop's solution with its existing stock fulfilment and despatch system, DLX, in the new US stores. All sales are recorded at tillpoint using EPoS Touch, providing access to up to the minute, accurate sales reports.

The stores use Eurostop EPoS Touch on the fixed tills as well as Eurostop's Mobile PoS, a fully portable Windows tablet. The mobile PoS tablet enables staff to move freely around the store and yet have access to all product, brand or customer information at their fingertips. In addition, the wireless solution is fully compatible with the paperless receipts, which can be sent to the customer via email.

Deborah Loh, marketing manager at Eurostop, said: "Capturing customer and sales data is a vital element to assist retailers to develop personalised and localised marketing campaigns. In addition, the ability of our systems to deal with country specific taxation means that we are well placed to facilitate our customers' plans for expansion internationally."

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