A leading British supplier of retail management systems provides EPOS solutions to comply with fiscal tax systems in stores across Poland and Slovakia
Eurostop has rolled out a software solution to enable the outdoor clothing retailer Trespass, to open outlets in Poland and Slovakia. The system provides the functionality to work with government-controlled fiscal devices that control sales tax revenues in these countries.
Every retail transaction in Poland and Slovakia must be recorded in-store using a fiscal printer attached to a till point. The information collected is then made available to government tax inspectors. Eurostop’s retail management system has been adapted to comply with this legal requirement thereby enabling Trespass to use the same EPOS solution across Europe.
Trespass, based in Glasgow, has rolled out the software to seven stores in Poland and will shortly go live in Slovakia. The high-performance, the quality outdoor clothing brand is extending into Europe after opening more than 150 stores across the UK. It uses Eurostop’s e-pos to record sales data at its tills and is fully integrated with stock control enabling automatic re-ordering for all its stores.
Afzal Khushi, director at Trespass said: “As a fast growing business we are impressed that Eurostop has enabled us to have our European and UK operations running on one retail system. This will help us to manage sales in all our stores, control the supply and movement of stock and enhance our performance across the region.”
Deborah Loh, marketing manager at Eurostop, added: “Eurostop is committed to providing a comprehensive retail management system for all our clients. Our software now has the flexibility to comply with the regulatory demands of markets across the world. It means our clients can concentrate on building their businesses aided by the transparency and flexibility that our technology provides.”