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Jones Bootmaker upgrades EPOS and stock control

By Retail Technology | Wednesday June 13 2018

Classic shoe retailer Jones Bootmaker has updated its EPOS and stock control systems

It has implemented Eurostop’s e-pos Touch solution at 42 of its branches alongside the Eurostop retail management solution e-rmis, its stock control management, and e-cubes data mining solutions.

Jones now has live retail Sales and Stock across the entire EPOS estate with visibility of customer loyalty data. 

Streamlined process 

The retailer was recently acquired by existing Eurostop client Pavers Shoes.

Phillip Moylan, sales manager at Eurostop, said: “Our experience gained in China, where we have completed roll-outs for customers with many thousands of stores, means that we have been able to streamline the process for our clients in the UK so that business can carry on with as little disruption as possible.” 


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