Complete Retail System & Software
Our solution has been specifically designed for independent retailers. We work closely with retailers like you who share and understand your business problems. We have a unique understanding of how your industry works and have tailored our software specifically to help run independent retail stores like yours.
Full Support & Maintenance
Retso prides itself on using the tried and tested development suites and tools of Microsoft®technology.
This ensures that each system that Retso deploys is flexible, functional and robust.
As a development company, we hope to continue to bring new and exciting features
Tailored to the Interiors Industry;
Furniture, Beds and Flooring
Stock Control and Management, Sales Order Processing, Purchase Order Processing, Customer Relationship Management, Ticketing, Marketing, Reporting, Alerts and more...
Real Software, Real People
Retso have been developing software solutions for independent retailers since 2005.
With over 15 years industry knowledge and 20 years development experience we have the solutions for you.
Each Retso system deployed is flexible, functional and robust. As a development company, we hope to continue to bring new and exciting features.
5 tips to smoother christmas retail operations
Christmas is an action-packed time for retailers across the country, with Britons spending billions on gifts for their loved ones every year. With the increased demand on retailers, failure to prepare properly could mean that the internal operations of your business could be headed for disaster. If you need some tips on preparing for the Christmas rush, read on.
5 Tips to Successful Stock Control | Retso
Having a stock control system is crucial to ensure stock levels are monitored and acted upon accordingly. Whether you’re front of house or in the warehouse, stock control keeps your team informed so your customers always leave with what they want.
How HoF is impacting the high street - is it a sign of the times?
High street powerhouse, House of Fraser, recently announced their planned closing of 31 stores. After months of uncertainty, Sports Direct’s, Mike Ashley has taken hold of the brand in a buyout worth £90m - but what really was the cause for HoF’s brand collapse?