As e-commerce players begin to think about going into stores for the first time, and as legacy players begin to think about how to create next generation retail experiences, merchandising execution systems are often overlooked. Cloud merchandising systems are one key, among many, to a future of retail that places data at the center of a new omnichannel flywheel, a flywheel where said data is as much about art as it is about science.
For the latest edition of our Spotlight Series, Omni Talk sat down recently with E.Y. Snowden, CEO of One Door, a leader in merchandising execution software, to explore the topic in further depth.
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Chris Walton is an accomplished Senior Executive with nearly 20 years of success within the retail and retail technology industries. He is well-versed in merchandising, store operations, inventory management, product design, forecasting, e-commerce, pricing and promotions, and tech product development.
Chris was most recently a Vice President with Target, where he led the retailer’s Store of the Future project and also ran the Target’s home furnishing division for e-commerce. He previously worked for GAP, Inc., as a Distribution Analyst and Manager.
Chris holds a BA in Economics and History from Stanford University, and a MBA from Harvard Business School.
He likes to dress as Darth Vader for Halloween, and his wife also frequently asks him to ask Alexa, "to turn off the music."