Des Petits Hauts – the French women’s fashion chain – is rolling out AURES’ POS terminals
“Des Petits Hauts” – a French fashion chain with the delightful slogan ‘Making Life a Lot Prettier’ – has entrusted Logikart with rolling out AURES’ new Sango & Yuno point-of-sale terminals. This system is fitted with the CEGID Business Retail EPOS management and payment receipt solution.
AURES’ integrated systems, with associated ODP 333 receipt printers, are being installed.
Des Petits Hauts (“small tops” in english) – was set up by two sisters – Vanessa and Katia Sanchez – in 1998. The company owes its growing success to an exclusive, creative, poetic, girly style combining gentleness with originality.
“We opened our first store next to our offices in Rue Keller in Paris back in 1998,” explains Katia Sanchez, the co-founder. “Our star, polka dot, pineapple and cat designs printed on pastel-coloured fabric very quickly won us a loyal, extensive clientele of young women, mainly city dwellers. These designs positioned us on the niche for light, high-quality, contemporary tops, which is a market that had not really been capitalized.
“Our store in Rue Beaurepaire in Paris was refurbished just a few months ago. As usual, our interior design team hasn’t done things by halves!” concludes Sanchez.
“Every Des Petits Hauts store is unique,” adds Benjamin Mathieu, CEO and founder of Logikart, which is in charge of rolling out AURES’ EPOS terminals.
“The Sango’s clean-lined, contemporary design, together with its robust components and fanless processor made all the difference. The system’s exceptional, graceful look on sales counters is a perfect match for the subtle spirit of Des Petits Hauts,” Mathieu adds.
Des Petits Hauts has also chosen to install AURES’ new ODP 333 receipt printers, which are practical, compact, silent, fast, elegant and in complete harmony with their associated payment receipt terminals.
“We tested AURES’ new hardware in a pilot store and obtained very positive results. The EPOS terminals are easy to use and ergonomic, which meant our staff soon got the hang of them,” says Mathieu.