TJX Fortune 500 TURBO Report

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TJX Fortune 500 TURBO Report

Last updated: October 17, 2019

The TJX Companies, Inc.
770 Cochituate Road
Framingham, MA 01701
United States
Phone: (508)-390-1000
Sector: Consumer Cyclical
Industry: Apparel Stores
Full Time Employees: 270,000

The TJX databahn TURBO Report was researched and developed with the IT sales executive and the IT marketer in mind. Our goal is simple; eliminate the costly research time and help you identify new sales revenue opportunities.

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  6. Understand the competitive landscape in the account
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  8. Need accurate contact information & org charts
  9. Insights into IT projects & initiatives
  10. Expand footprint in existing large enterprise accounts

Some of the insights & detailed information you can expect to see in the TJX databahn TURBO Report:

  • Comprehensive Business Description
  • Latest Earnings Call Highlights from the CEO
  • Accurate Contacts for the Executive Leadership Team and Board of Directors
  • Detailed Org Charts on corporate structure, board of directors, and the executive leadership team
  • Hand curated content from selected articles, interviews, case studies, and success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
  • Technology Executive Insights to existing IT & telecom systems, projects, initiatives, and internal code names for applications, systems, and IT business units
  • Insights gleaned from technology related job descriptions
  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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Carol Meyrowitz Executive Chairman of the Board TJX Companies *****
Douglas Mizzi Senior Executive Vice President, Group President TJX Companies *****
Ernie Herrman CEO and President TJX Companies *****
Ken Canestrari Senior Executive Vice President, Group President TJX Companies *****
Richard Sherr Senior Executive Vice President, Group President TJX Companies *****
Scott Goldenberg Senior Executive Vice President, CFO TJX Companies *****


Alan M. Bennett Former President and CEO of H&R Block, Inc. A director of Halliburton Company and Fluor Corporation TJX Companies *****
Amy B. Lane Former Managing Director and Group Leader of the Global Retailing Investment Banking Group at Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. A director of GNC Holdings, Inc., NextEra Energy, Inc., and a member of the board of trustees of Urban Edge Properties. TJX Companies *****
Carol Meyrowitz Executive Chairman of the Board TJX Companies *****
David T. Ching Consulting through DTC Associates LLC. Former Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Safeway Inc. TJX Companies *****
Ernie Herrman CEO and President TJX Companies *****
Jackwyn L. Nemerov Former President and COO of Ralph Lauren Corporation TJX Companies *****
John F. O'Brien Retired CEO and President of Allmerica Financial Corporation (now The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc.). A director of Cabot Corporation and LKQ Corporation TJX Companies *****
Rosemary T. Berkery Former Chairman of UBS Bank USA and Vice Chairman of UBS Wealth Management Americas. A director of Fluor Corporation TJX Companies *****
Willow B. Shire Former executive consultant with Orchard Consulting Group TJX Companies *****
Zein Abdalla Former President of PepsiCo, Inc. TJX Companies *****



TJX’s sales growth has slowed, but it’s still making its brick-and-mortar strategy work

  • The parent of the Marshalls and T.J. Maxx chains reported that sales at comparable stores rose 2 percent, year over year, in the three-month period that ended Aug. 3 — the worst quarterly performance in nearly two years. (The company reported a 6 percent increase at this time last year.)

TJX IT Facts

  • TJX is using Azure Cloud in their Allocation Modernization Solution Delivery team in Marlborough, MA. This team uses cloud development, automation, DevOps, and data engineering, and automates and streamlines IT infrastructure processes and tasks to drive the design of TJX's new Allocation Product lines.
  • The Global IT Security function's main point of contact for Europe is located in Watford, Greater London.
  • The Global Merchandising Initiative’s – Merchandise Operations Management (MOM) Systems team is located in Marlborough, MA. New installations and deployments of ORACLE’s Retail MOM Suite are occurring across TJX's rapidly growing North American, European and Canadian divisions.
  • The key TJX IT DevOps technologies and tools are GIT, XL Release, XL Deploy and Cloudbees Jenkins.

Marshalls Launches eCommerce Business In 2019

  • According to Bloomberg, the retailer’s current website showcases a store locator, gift cards and some photos and other features – but no merchandise for sale.
  • While most retailers have seen sales suffer due to the rise of Amazon, TJX’s chains Marshalls and T.J. Maxx have stayed popular with shoppers who enjoy the experience of “hunting” for a good bargain. The company noted that customer traffic “at every division” for fourth-quarter sales beat expectations, while comparable sales increased 6 percent at TJX in the period, beating analysts’ average estimate of 3.5 percent.

TJX Rebranding Sierra Trading Post To Simply ‘Sierra’

  • Sierra Trading Post, the retailer that operates an online and brick-and-mortar presence and is owned by The TJX Cos., has undergone a rebranding and is now known simply as Sierra.
  • TJX said it will open 10 additional Sierra stores this year, part of a large brick-and-mortar expansion across the company’s portfolio.

The TJX Companies, Inc. Elects Rosemary T. Berkery To Board Of Directors

  • Ms. Berkery, age 65, was Chairman of UBS Bank USA and Vice Chairman of UBS Wealth Management Americas, a bank and a wealth management firm, from March 2010 until April 2018, also serving as CEO of UBS Bank USA from March 2010 until December 2015.
  • Her long career as an executive in the financial services industry provides her with expertise in finance, investment strategies, acquisitions, and management of complex organizations, as well as significant experience in governance, compliance, and risk assessment and oversight.

XebiaLabs drives enterprise DevOps for TJX

  • XebiaLabs customer acquisition continued to accelerate at a record pace with marquee customers, such as Amgen, AXA, Bosch, Bpifrance, Maersk, MathWorks, TJX, T-Mobile, and Zions Bancorporation.

TJX uses Red Hat Ansible for automation

  • Ansible Automation provides the glue needed to bridge together all layers of an enterprise architecture. It includes both Ansible Engine and Ansible Tower.
  • Ansible Engine is a simple, cross-platform automation tool for individual engineers, administrators, and operators.
  • Ansible Tower is the enterprise automation platform for controlling, managing, integrating, securing and scaling out execution of Ansible Engine.