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When you are working in a retail environment the last thing you want to worry about is how the till works

Atis Artemjevs new independent boutique to showcase exclusive collection selects proven IT retail systems

Atis Artemjevs, a new independent boutique selling luxury womenswear based in London’s prestigious Fulham Road, has chosen e-rmis and e-pos, the retail management system from Eurostop, a provider of solutions to the fashion and footwear sector. The newly opened store hosts a unique collection designed by founder and London based designer Atis Artemjevs. His exclusive range is made in ltaly using only high quality French and Italian fabrics. The designer selected Eurostop’s system for its ease of use for stock management and sales reporting and its proven track record in retail.

For Autumn/Winter 2012/2013, Atis Artemjevs drew inspiration from the sun; its structure, energy and power. Dresses are a strong focus of this latest collection as Artemjevs experiments with the layering of silks, including details like sequin appliqué encased in organza, as well as bold ornamental designs such as extravagant oversized pleated bows that reference an explosion of energy.

Store Manager Addi Aegisdottir, who was instrumental in the decision to choose Eurostop, said; “I have worked in retail in London for a long time and for many well known prestigious brands, including Browns and All Saints. I have used Eurostop systems and found them very easy to use. When you are working in a retail environment the last thing you want to worry about is how the till works and whether you can capture the right sales information. I know with Eurostop I can get all the information I need for reports to analyse sales at the click of a button.

“We are a small company with ambitious plans to expand and so it is important I can manage the stock efficiently now and that the system will accommodate our growth in the future. Eurostop’s experience with both smaller independent stores and large retailers gives us the confidence that we have the right system from day one.”

The Atis Artemjevs store replaced its existing stock management system with Eurostop and is using both e-rmis and e-pos at the tillpoint to manage its stock. Sales are recorded and Addi Aegisdottir uses the reporting functionality to identify both hot sellers and slow movers in the seasonal collections.

Phillip Moylan, Sales & Marketing Manager at Eurostop said, “Eurostop’s systems have been designed to support the business challenges that a retailer faces. Managing stock and keeping profitable are important to all retailers, whatever their size. Not only do our systems support fledgling businesses, they can easily scale up to underpin the operations of large fashion retailers with many outlets and even multiple sales channels.”


Notes to Editors

About Atis Artemjevs

London based designer Atis Artemjevs has been drawn to fashion since early childhood when he would cut up his grandfather’s shirt to create clothes for dolls. Born in Riga, Latvia, he moved to Italy to study fashion design and received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Milan’s prestigious Istituto Marangoni. He further refined his skill designing projects for Giorgio Armani, Missoni and Gianfranco Ferre Studio.

Exploring the boundaries of place and time, Atis Artemjevs is continually inspired by the places he has lived – from Milan and London to New York and Los Angeles. Disillusioned with the commercialization of fashion, he seeks to recapture the glamour and individuality of fashion along with the return to craftmanship. He designs for the distinctive woman whose duality and contradiction ignites the imagination of those around her.

In 2011, Atis Artemjevs launched his global line. Committed to the strictest standards of excellence, the ATISARTEMJEVS collection is made in Italy, using only the finest Italian and French fabrics.
Atis Artemjevs celebrated the opening of his London flagship store in December 2011.

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About Eurostop
Founded in 1990, with operations in London, Singapore and Shanghai, Eurostop provides complete solutions for Retail Management for the Fashion, Footwear and General Merchandise sectors encompassing both hardware and software.

Eurostop’s flagship products consist of:
e-rmis: A suite of head office management applications.
e-pos: EPOS system for standalone shops, concessions and franchises that can be easily integrated with e-rmis for larger users.
e-commerce: Custom e commerce solutions for Independent retailers that provides a hosted and fully integrated service.
e-data: The collection of tenants’ data from Shopping Malls for multi-purpose use.
e-cubes: Data Mining. A bespoke reporting tool which allows the slicing and dicing of data as well as selective publication of results and graphical representation.
e-time: The capture of staff working hours which aids in monitoring both stores’ and staff performances and productivity.
e-fulfilment: Intelligent optimization of e-commerce orders for multi-channel retailers

All Eurostop’s solutions can be fully integrated with other management and business systems, and all major ERP systems.

As well as advising on and supplying suitable hardware, Eurostop also undertakes training, support and custom development. Its systems are available in several different languages including Chinese.

Eurostop has accreditation for Chip and PIN solutions, and together with partner Anderson Zaks provides a Chip and PIN managed service.

High profile customers include: Ann Summers, Ben Sherman, Cult Clothing, Daks, Firetrap, Full Circle, Ghost, Joseph, Joy, Long Tall Sally, Matches, Paul & Joe, Pavers Shoes, Pentland Brands Plc, Punkyfish, Speedo, Trespass and many more.

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Editors’ Contacts
Phillip Moylan
Eurostop Limited
Tel: 020 8991 2700

Andreina West
PR Artistry Limited
Tel: 01491 639500

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