NEW YORK — For luxury retailers, it was always about the product. Display it, and it will be bought.
Now, however, with the down economy taking its toll on sales, the attitude has changed. Product-driven luxury firms want to become more customer-centric and are seizing upon technology to help monitor shopping patterns, improve service and manage their ever-growing store networks.
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