Men's fashion designer IZAC chooses AURES Group's Odyssé EPOS terminals
Manufacturer AURES' touchscreen systems are being deployed to some thirty company-owned IZAC stores in Paris and the rest of France.
The Odyssé systems being installed in IZAC outlets use the FASTMAG software solution developed by ACE Informatique.
Established in 2003, IZAC has expanded rapidly acros s France, sel l ing off -the-peg menswear.
Based in the heart of Paris, the company oversees the design, production and distribution of its own garments and acces sories .
Its mid to top-of-the-range positioning in terms of style, materials and finishing is perfectly suited to the expectations of a demanding men's target.
About ACE Informatique and FASTMAG
Developed by ACE Informatique, FASTMAG is a software suite geared to specialist retail applications , more especially clothing.
Based on 'full web', real-time technology, the software has four main modules : store business management, production management, creating and managing e-commerce sites, and retail and accounting management for wholesalers , importers and buying groups .
Founded in 1989 and listed on Euronext Paris since 1999, the Group manufactures point of sale terminals and systems , as well as related peripherals .
Acclaimed for its excellent reliability, this PC-based, open-system EPOS hardware is designed to provide management and til functions in specialist food and non-food stores, retail outlets, superstores, the catering and hospitality industry - and all other points of sale and service.
Offering POS equipment featuring innovative designs and a wide range of fully interchangeable colours , the AURES Group is positioned as the mos t creative leader in i ts field.
Distribution of AURES' EPOS hardware is based out of the Group's headquarters in France, i ts three subs idiaries in the United Kingdom, Germany and the USA, and a di s tributor network present in over fi fty countries .
*Electronic Point of Sale terminals
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