NEW YORK – With a new mobile application on the horizon, Vitamin Shoppe is in the middle of a slow but steady modernization effort to bring real mobile value to its customers.
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Sephora is implementing a new system for its store buyers that runs on mobile for a more streamlined behind-the-scenes operation, making it easier to find new products that will boast well with each store’s audience.
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