Coach Will Pilot Mobile POS Technology At Factory Stores

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4:41 PM EST August 9th, 2012

Coach, maker of popular handbag and leather apparel accessories, will incorporate mobile point-of-sale technology into the shopping experience at its factory stores, according to Retail Info Systems News.

On a related note, Coach Chief Financial Officer Jane Nielsen says the company expects to increase its capital expenditures (capex) by as much as 35 percent in its 2013 fiscal year.

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