Nordstrom CIO announces retirement

Nordstrom's CIO Dan Little will leave his role come next fall and is the second top tech leadership change for the high fashion brand in the past two months, reports the Seattle Times.

The brand's CTO, Kumar Srinivasan, left the company in early January after 10 months on the job, citing family reasons.

At the time, Nordstrom told the newspaper it would take some time to evaluate tech leadership as part of its quest to fill some top-level job positions.

The 54-year-old Little has been CIO for three years and was Nordstrom's first CIO.

The Times noted several other tech leadership changes that have taken place including the creation of a new role, chief innovation officer, filled by Nordstrom Rack President Geevy Thomas.

Topics: Technology, Workforce Management

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