Macy’s has named Naveen Krishna as its new chief technology officer, effective June 16.
Responsible for driving the technology strategy and direction for Macy’s, Inc., including all store, e-commerce and internal-facing technologies, Krishna will oversee the teams that build the end-to-end e-commerce experience, enterprise-shared services, infrastructure, field services and functional IT support.
Krishna will report to Hal Lawton, president of Macy’s, and will be based in John’s Creek, GA, one of the Macy’s Technology hubs. He will also spend time at Macy’s Technology offices in San Francisco, CA, and Lorain, OH.
He joins Macy’s, Inc. with more than 20 years of technology experience, primarily in the omnichannel retail and consumer products industries. Most recently, he was vp/technology for The Home Depot, where he had responsibility for all digital platforms, user experience design, marketing technologies and customer care.