When you think Information Technology, do you think Walmart? You should. We invest in the latest technology to connect our global retail operations with one of the largest data warehouses in the world. We’re focused on developing new technologies to transform the way customers shop. We’re using enhanced data analytics to predict what customers will need and want next. And we’re helping to improve operations, back-room systems and Walmart’s world-class logistics network, speeding products to customers across the globe. That’s how we continue to save people money so they can live better. And that’s just some of what you’ll experience as part of the Technology division at Walmart.
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With one of the world’s largest non-governmental databases, our IT division is made up of more than 3,500 people in the U.S., and more than 2,000 overseas. Larger than most U.S. businesses, our growing Technology division drives innovation through state-of-the-art technology and collaboration, with a passion for and connection to our mission of improving customers’ and Members’ lives across the globe.
We’ve always championed bold, strategic ideas that help change the retail market. Considered a pioneer in developing sophisticated technology to track inventory and cut fat out of the supply chain, we were the first to push the industry to establish the universal bar code, and continue to blaze a trail in innovation and technology today. Recently, we became the first retailer to use RFID tags, reducing shrinkage and increasing ROI – and passing on the savings to our customers, as always. As the world's largest retailer, our Technology careers offer opportunity for everyone, with exciting projects, investments in new technologies, training, development and incredible exposure.
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