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Rokit adds new stock management software

By Retail Technology | Thursday September 5 2019

Vintage clothing retailer Rokit has selected new software to ensure seamless stock management between its central warehouse, London stores and website

It has chosen Eurostop e-rmis software for their head office stock management  and e-manager and e-pos touch software for the retail shops. 

Rokit has invested in Eurostop’s retail systems to support its fast turnaround of bespoke ‘repurposed’ branded designer items to its four London stores from its warehouse. 

Using Eurostop’s e-rmis head office solution connected to e-pos touch in stores, the team at Rokit will be able to respond to the live sales and stocks to track and manage the lifecycle of all items from selection and merchandising through to sale.

Rokit selected Eurostop systems to replace its existing retail hardware and software systems as the growth of the retailer’s business has resulted in over 1 million SKUs, which its incumbent systems could no longer manage. 

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