EPOS helps Clifton Nurseries to manage stock in real-time

by | May 16, 2017 | News | 0 comments

London?s most historic garden centre Clifton Nurseries is using Vector EPOS from CSY Retail Systems for seamless transactions and stock management in-store and online, following the store?s acquisition by Gavin Jones Ltd.

As part of its acquisition, Gavin Jones has renamed its original garden retail centre, The Plantation, as Clifton Surrey.? CSY?s Vector EPOS Systems is already installed there and the new EPOS tills at the Clifton London branch are fully integrated in to the Group?s system.

?For us it was important to install a system which allows us to integrate our online and in-store stock so that customers get the brilliant experience they expect from Clifton Nurseries,? said Alison Durnford, marketing and Ecommerce manager, Gavin Jones Ltd.

?Vector EPOS from CSY allowed us to connect a new branch to the group system easily. Our online shop is fully integrated via API to Vector, so we can sell from our live stock system and price changes and details automatically update.

?It makes it easy for us for ordering stock too. We can make big orders and easily transfer the right amounts between each branch and online. The system makes everything run more smoothly.?

Clifton Nurseries has been Inspiring gardeners since 1851, so it?s seen many changes in retail. The CSY Vector EPOS System keeps it up to date with the latest technology to give customers the same great service they?ve had for over 150 years.

CSY is the leading provider of EPOS systems to garden centres, with over 70 outlets across the UK using the Vector EPOS System. Vector features plant labelling, real-time stock taking, e-commerce integration, promotion management and can be used to order from suppliers, making it perfect for garden centre needs.

For garden centres and nurseries looking to upgrade their EPOS system or install their first, they can download the CSY EPOS solutions for garden centres brochure. Go to http://www.csy.co.uk/brochures/Garden%20Centre.pdf to download a copy.

more latest news ➡

Squire's achieves peat free milestone

Squire’s achieves peat free milestone

Squire’s Garden Centres has confirmed that it no longer sells any bagged compost containing peat. The UK government proposed to ban the sale of bagged compost containing peat to home gardeners in England by the end of 2024. Although the ban is not yet in force,...

Horticultural manager wanted

Opportunity for horticultural manager

A garden centre in the Ipswich area is looking for a new horticultural manager to run the plant area. The new recruit will lead and develop a small team whilst enjoying the freedom to make decisions. Garden Centre Horticultural Manager £32 – 35,000 + Package &...

2024 GIMA Awards judges announced

GIMA Awards 2024 judges announced

As the gardening season gets underway in earnest, the team at GIMA are looking ahead to November when the winners of the 2024 GIMA Awards will be announced. But first, the judges need to deliberate. Here, GIMA reveals who will be making the tough decisions this...

Boost bacK for TV advertising campaign in Spring

Boost back on TV this Spring

Boost, the All-Purpose Liquid Plant Feed from Westland Horticulture, is back on TV this April in the UK and ROI, driving awareness and preference ahead of the peak season. Following the success of Boost, which is the fastest growing* plant food on the market,...

Dobbies launches new spring advertising campaign

Dobbies gears up for season with new Spring campaign

Dobbies has unveiled a new advertising campaign, “Spring’s OUR thing”, developed in partnership with creative agency, elvis. Launching during National Gardening Week (29 April – 5 May), the campaign has been developed based on insight that people feel more...

Blackbrooks installs new PV panels

Blackbrooks set to save £45k on energy costs

Blackbrooks, a family-run garden centre that has been part of the Sussex community since 1982 has won awards for innovative thinking and is now investing in a cutting edge solar system. The 287 Trina solar PV panel array has been installed at the 10-acre garden...

Read GCR's latest edition!

Subscribe ToThe Wednesday Word

Subscribe To
The Wednesday Word

 

Get all the latest news, events & more straight to your inbox every Wednesday.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This