UK footwear designer Irregular Choice has selected Eurostop retail management and EPOS systems for its e-commerce business and international store expansion.

Irregular Choice has already installed the Eurostop system at its internet and clearance store in Brighton.

It also has plans to roll it out to the company's flagship stores in Carnaby Street, London and New York during 2010.

After an evaluation of four vendors in the marketplace, Irregular Choice chose Eurostop to replace its original PayGo system.

Lee Carpenter-Johnson, head of global retail operations at Irregular Choice, said: "Eurostop came out the overall winner. It was the only company that could show a live working demonstration and their product knowledge was fantastic.

"The system is very user-friendly and has been well-received by staff. In fact, it is so easy to use that we intend to install it ourselves when we introduce it to our stores in London and New York next year."

The Eurostop system provides management reporting and allows Irregular Choice to control all inventory centrally from one location.

Irregular Choice intends to expand the use of the Eurostop system to its full capacity, linking together all stores and removing all manual processes completely, a statement said.

Currently, all its stock data is processed and amalgamated in China overnight for use by head office the following morning, but when the Eurostop system is deployed in London and New York during 2010, Irregular Choice will have access to data in real-time.