LONDON (FNS) -- Architects sail through a store's floor plan via virtual-reality technology as they manipulate shelving and fixtures to determine optimal store layout. Food retailers, suppliers and other businesses surf the Internet to strike deals with one another and find a place in the hearts of consumers through computerized home shopping. Those are some of the innovative technology-driven scenarios that retailers and wholesalers worldwide are now beginning to explore seriously. "At a ...

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