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Stacey Shulman

Stacey Shulman

Chief Innovation Officer for Retail Solutions Division
Stacey is a technologist veteran with over 2 decades of experience in the Retail industry. Before arriving at Intel, she was most recently the Vice President of Global Technology at Levi Strauss. Prior to that she was the CIO for American Apparel where she was named Innovative Industry CIO of the Year for her work in store focused technology.
Stacey is a passionate advocate of the transformative results that can be brought to retail through IoT, big data and real-time analytics based decision making. She joined Intel to influence and help the industry as whole by solving fundamental retail problems with technology. She brings a pragmatic approach to retail because she comprehends the challenges that retailers have faced over time and understands their boundaries and constraints. She looks at retail differently, challenges boundaries, pushes on beliefs and looks to leverage existing resources. She is most proud of the teams that she has led and the people that she has mentored to get to the next level in their careers.
Stacey is married and has two boys in college, Zackary and Taylor. She and her husband are very active in various charity organizations in Napa County. Their family hosts events for Special Olympics in Northern California and they raise Guide Dogs for the Blind.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
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Future of Brick and Mortar Begins With Responsive Retail: 7 Questions With JDA

We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with JDA Software GVP Product Strategy Todd McCourtie to discuss the future of brick-and-mortar stores. Successful retailing comes down to one thing: getting the right product into shoppers’ hands. That may sound simple, … Read more >

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Reinvent the In-store Experience by Unlocking the Power of Data-driven Insights

Shopper behavior and spending habits are changing dramatically, causing the retail industry to face a period of significant disruption. As shoppers are empowered by mobile devices, social media and the Internet, they expect retail experiences that combine choice, convenience, superior … Read more >

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Retailers Get Big Sales Bump by Investing in RFID Technology

Overhead and handheld radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology is transforming brick-and-mortar retail. Today, nearly 73 percent of all retailers are implementing RFID to track their inventory. The benefit is clear: As consumer shopping behaviors and expectations have shifted dramatically in the … Read more >