EPOS Partners reach high successes despite current economic downfall

Swindon-based hardware specialist EPOS Partners is reportedly defying the economic downturn and reaching new highs with a 50% year on year growth as sales soar.
With recent reports revealing the high street is currently seeing the slowest growth rate in two years and many retailers struggling to survive, EPOS Partners, who are based in Westlea in Swindon are going against the trend and improving more than ever before.

EPOS Partners, who released a guide to setting up a shop for start-up retailers earlier in the year are dedicated to helping retailers succeed and are now increasing their product range to provide their customers with even more choice.
Jennie Knight, E-commerce Manager at EPOS Partners knows how essential it is for retailers to have the right hardware at a price affordable to them.
"It's clear that the recession has changed the face of retail dramatically, with household names such as Woolworths disappearing from the High Street after surviving for almost 100 years. It has shown us that nothing can be taken for granted when it comes to trading and that even the strongest of brand names and cult followings won't protect a retailer from the reality of closure.

We know how critical the early stages can be in the success of a new store and why choosing the right equipment is important. With the retail industry how it is at the present time, retailers need to ensure they are fully prepared to take on the tough problems that may arise and need to have the right measures in place. With our full range of offerings, we are enabling retailers to choose hardware at a price that suits them in the quantity they need. I fully believe that our success and growth is down to the fact that we understand our customers and know the kind of products that they need to survive."
To celebrate their recent successes, the leading suppliers of retail hardware and EPOS equipment are revamping their website to improve their service to all potential customers.

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