Angie Brown explains how leading do-it-yourself retailer The Home Depot is hammering the application of open source technology to build its award-winning customer experiences across its interconnected environment. You’ll learn how the company uses open source for its OS in stores, online search, order management, analytics, and more.
This keynote is sponsored by The Home Depot.
Angie Brown is vice president of technology for store systems at The Home Depot, where she supports all store software and order management systems for the company. Angie and her team have played a significant role in The Home Depot’s interconnected retail journey, building the order management technology that enables Homedepot.com and the associated interconnected experiences such as Home Depot’s Buy-Online-Pickup-in-Store (BOPIS), Buy-Online-Ship-to-Store (BOSS), and Buy-Online-Deliver-from-Store (BODFS). Angie and her team are currently focused on creating easy-to-use selling tools for associates, continuing to improve the inventory, bay management, and signing processes, and continuing to invest in technology that ensures Home Depot’s customers are delighted when shopping in the company’s stores. Angie joined The Home Depot as an entry-level software developer and has held a number of roles across the company. Angie completed Harvard University’s Authentic Leadership Development program and helps mentor aspiring female leaders in the greater Atlanta area. She is a member of the Network for Executive Women and Women in Technology associations. Inside The Home Depot, she is an active participant with the Velvet Hammers and Women’s Link internal resource groups, which are dedicated to supporting female associates grow their careers. Angie holds a degree in management information systems from the University of Georgia. Outside of work, Angie enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters.
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