Can the Home Depot Org Chart be customized for our software sales team?
The Home Depot Org Charts are built in Google Slides and PowerPoint. The charts contain slides on the Divisional Structure which outlines their operations in the U.S. Canada and Mexico. In addition, the corporate structure chart includes details on their Retail Operations, Building Materials Operations, and their HD Supply division. We include the Board of Directors, their tenure, and their affiliations. At Home Depot, the longest tenured board member started in 2000, two more board members were elected in 2007 and 2008 while the rest joined from 2011 to 2018. Some of the board member affiliations include Marriott, MBB Auto Group, Permira, Cambrex Corporation, Lockheed Martin, Hudson Bay Company, Unifi, Pepsico, General Atlantic, CCMP Capital Advisors, Booking Holdings (Priceline.com), IQVIA, and AMR (American Airlines).
What customizations can serve my specific area of interest?
The Home Depot org charts can be customized to the specific areas of the organization that you’re selling and marketing to whether it’s the Human Resources department or the Cyber Security team or the Digital Marketing group. The Org Charts are delivered in PowerPoint, PDF and Google Slides and each contact is linked to their Social Media page, which saves you a lot of time.
What types of customized analysis do the Databahn researchers deliver?
The Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats Report (SWOT Report) analyzes Home Depot’s position in the marketplace from those four perspectives. Sales reps and marketers can leverage this analysis when approaching decision makers with informed questions and insightful value propositions. The Home Depot Org Chart and Deep Dive Account Intelligence report has all of the essential insights that a marketer needs to build an effective Account Based Marketing (ABM) program hyper targeting decision makers and recommenders with the right messaging, informed questioning, and value propositions that will resonate. Beyond the charts, the deep dive account intelligence report contains insights to the business, Home Depot’s growth strategies, the competitive landscape, a SWOT report, excerpts from the annual report, latest earnings call, and the investor presentation. In addition, the databahn research team compiles dozens of actionable sales trigger events and insights from executive interviews, articles, press releases, case studies and YouTube videos.
What can I expect to see within my Org Charts?
Over 15 pages of detailed charts including key departments and divisions. You can expect to see The Home Depot’s regional executive teams in U.S., Canada and Mexico. Additionally, expect to see important business units including the team responsible for the company’s e-commerce operation, Homedepot.com.
Do they include contact information?
Yes the report includes an extensive Excel spreadsheet complete with Names, Titles, Headquarter Phone Numbers, Direct Phone Numbers, Emails, and Addresses.
Where is Home Depot investing?
The Home Depot is primarily investing in merchandising operations. Additionally the company is investing in real estate and a flexible supply chain. The company recently announced that it is investing $1 billion in the development of its supply chain network.
Who is responsible for Home Depots supply chain management?
Mark Holifield serves as Executive Vice President of Supply Chain and Product Development. He is responsible for distribution and logistics. He is also responsible for replenishment and inventory planning.
Where is Home Depot expanding?
Recently, the company announced that it is opening three distribution centers in the Baltimore region. All three centers are located in Sparrows Point, MD. Senior Vice President of Supply Chain, Stephanie Smith stated, “We’re focused on creating an easier and more convenient shopping experience for our customers’ home improvement needs, whether they shop in stores or online.”
What are Home Depots growth strategies?
In 2017 The Home Depot launched the “One Home Depot” Strategy. This strategy is a multi-year investment program designed to create an interconnected shopping experience for customers. Craig Menear, Chairman and CEO spearheads this program.
What are Home Depots growth strategies?
Over the next few years the company will be migrating all financial systems to the S/4HANA in the cloud. This includes CAR, CFIN, ARIBA, inventory management and reporting.
Financial performance is headed by Richard McPhail who serves as EVP and Chief Financial Officer. McPhail is responsible for all aspects of Home Depot’s financial performance including: investor relations, capital allocation, tax, corporate strategy, treasury, and strategic business development. McPhail has been with The Home Depot since 2005. Previously he served as a primary finance partner with the company.
Marketing is led by Adolfo Villagomez who serves as chief marketing officer and senior vice president of the company’s online business. Villagomez is responsible for all marketing and branding activities. Additionally, he is responsible for Homedepot.com, the company’s industry-leading e-commerce operation. Joining the company in 2014, Villagomez had led many of the company’s core merchandising functions, including Garden and Building Materials and Outdoor Power. His efforts resulted in the successful expansion of exclusive brand relationships, the growth of private brand offerings and the revitalization of the Pro program.
Stores and Operations
Ann-Marie Campbell, EVP of U.S. Stores and International Operations is responsible for leading over 2,200 stores. Additionally Campbell is responsible for leading supply chain, sourcing, merchandising and strategy for both Canada and Mexico. Campbell joined The Home Depot in 1985.
Home Depot’s response to the Covid-19 Pandemic
During the pandemic, Home Depot invested significantly to improve the customer experience. The ‘One Home Depot’ initiative included making substantial technology and infrastructure investments in their Market Delivery Centers and Direct Fulfillment Centers to get products to their customers quickly and efficiently. The goal was to make it easier to order and pick up at curbside. The Home Depot digital properties including the website and mobile app increased traffic by 86% compared to the previous year. Approximately 50% of online orders were fulfilled through the store fronts. Initially started in 2017, The ‘One Home Depot’ strategy is still on track and includes opening multiple supply chain facilities, making more technology investments, and continuously improving the digital experience. Their goal is to be complete by the end of fiscal year 2021.