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Walmart eCommerce Overview

Headquarters San Bruno, CA
Size 1001 to 5000 Employees
Operated By Walmart
Founded 2000
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Remember what it was like to work in a start-up like culture? Like having the backing of a Fortune 1 company? Agility and flexibility make this nimble culture a place where you actualize technology innovations and customer solutions in real-time. We've brought ... More

Mission: Save Money. Live Better.

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  • 5 Ways @WalmartLabs is Revolutionizing Mobile Retail Some of Walmart’s biggest mobile innovations have sprouted from @WalmartLabs incubator. @WalmartLabs runs development centers across the country and makes open source contributions that span Web front-end and Big Data back-end coding innovations. PC Mag: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIp3K

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    Walmart decries cloud lock-in, plans to open-source OneOps

    Vendor lock-in has plagued the corporate world since well before the arrival of the cloud, but now -- with ever more of today's technology operating in an online environment dominated by providers such as Amazon Web Services -- it's taken on new urgency.

Walmart eCommerce – Why Work For Us?

Walmart eCommerce is made up of Walmart.com, VUDU, and SamsClub.com and is powered by @Walmartlabs!

Our business experts, front and back-end engineering teams and data science gurus collaborate to drive technology advances that create billions of better customer experiences online for the world’s largest global retailer. From mobile solutions powered by our own open source technology to big data, we're incubating new ideas. 

Want to innovate on a scale like no other and have a blast doing it?  Come change the way people shop - 1,000,000,000 at time.  Join us!



eCommerce Overview

By bringing together online, mobile, and social with our 11,000 stores around the world, we’re creating a seamless experience for customers to shop in the way that’s most convenient for them—anytime and anywhere. When you combine our unmatched assets in retail with our commitment to building best-in-class eCommerce capabilities, we’re positioned to serve customers in ways no one else can.


@WalmartLabs is our development hub. Here, we're innovating at a rapid pace with agile teams focused on solving the challenges of serving over one billion customers. With the strength of the #1 Fortune 500 Company behind us, we’re bound only by the outer limits of our imagination. Our team works together to build open source and big data technology that will change the landscape of eCommerce. Social, mobile, community, integrated in-store products and experiences—you name it, we’re working on it  Learn more at WalmartLabs.com, today.  


As the online channel for Walmart in the U.S., we’re making the customer experience easier, more accessible, and more relevant for millions of people. Leveraging our combination of online, mobile and stores, we’re setting an expansive agenda for our second decade online and offering our customers a seamless experience anytime, anywhere.

Our Culture

Our culture is built on integrity and innovation. It takes just the right setting to coax the most leading edge ideas to fruition. At Walmart eCommerce, we provide a relaxed work environment in which free thinking, communication, and teamwork are encouraged. With amenities like a gourmet café, a gym complete with pilates equipment, and several game rooms in which to let off steam, our open, inviting workspace supports our best thinking and lends itself to the evolution of great ideas.



With more than 3,000 associates in Silicon Valley, San Diego, Portland, Sao Paulo and Bangalore, we’re bringing together the best entrepreneurs, technologists, data scientists, and consumer Internet professionals around the world. If you are inspired by the opportunity to make a difference to our customers by solving complex problems at scale, join us at Walmart eCommerce.

Today, the great minds at Walmart eCommerce are busy making breakthroughs in these areas:


With In-Store Mode, our app adapts to the store where the customer is shopping, providing local ads, product location, price scanning and more. And our test of “Scan and Go” lets customers use their mobile phone to check out as they shop. Join us in developing immersive experiences like these for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets.

Social Shopping

Get on the Shelf, a crowd-sourcing contest, or the Trending Now page are changing the way the world shops.

Spark Studio integrates popular Walmart.com pins from Pinterest to create a discovery shopping experience on Walmart.com. Shoppers inspire each other by browsing and pinning products by category like brands, color, and top-pinned. Select a pin to get more information, re-pin it, rate or review it, or buy it from Walmart.com.

Help us design and build the inventive apps our customers use to easily find products and share their interests.

Next Generation Services and Platform

Using big data platforms that allow us to process multi-terabytes of fresh data and petabytes of historical data, we’re doing things like providing personalized shopping experiences to the user—serving the right recommendation at the right time with the right context. Our Platform team is all about frameworks that operate in a high-scale, distributed, multi-tenancy environment. We focus on Platform components from the ground up, including distributed computing, IaaS, PaaS, service-oriented architectures, and much more.

The @WalmartLabs teams, grounded in the principles of open source, are defining, building, and scaling the technologies that are impacting the industry on a scale like no other. Check out the open source work on GitHub


Make an Impact – On a Scale Like No Other

From our headquarters in Silicon Valley, Walmart.com and our technology team, @WalmartLabs, aren’t just building products—we’re building the next generation of eCommerce. Grounded in the principles of open source, our teams are defining, building and scaling the technologies that impact customers around the world. Ready to change the way billions of people shop? Learn more about our internship and recent graduate opportunities, and join us.

A Culture that Sparks Innovation

At Walmart eCommerce, you’ll enjoy limitless opportunities to explore the latest technology and test yourself on the biggest stage at Fortune’s #1 company. Are you a PhD candidate looking to crunch big data to optimize the customer experience? An MBA student interested in creating a multi-channel strategy? An undergrad with a passion for developing the next great mobile app? We’ll give you the chance to contribute—and innovate—on a scale you won’t find anywhere else.

Summer Internship Program

Our summer intern program is designed to help you apply what you are learning in school in a real-world, hands-on setting. You’ll be contributing to important projects and working alongside some of the most talented teams in the industry. Through the intern executive speaker series, tech talks and work-team activities, you will gain a greater knowledge of who we are and what we do.

With the San Francisco Bay Area as your playground, an internship here means the opportunities both inside and outside of work are endless. Whether you are playing a pickup basketball or ping pong game, cheering on the San Francisco Giants, or taking an intern-only catamaran cruise around the bay, fun will be a key part of your summer.

Visit jobs.walmart.com/wecinternships for dates, more information and to apply for a Summer 2014 role today!


Walmart eCommerce has Silicon Valley offices in San Bruno, Brisbane, Sunnyvale and Mountain View.  In addition, we have small agile teams in San Diego/Carlsbad, CA and Portland, OR.


 Taking Action and Helping Communities Live Better

We understand our responsibility to make a positive impact in the communities we serve. As a global organization, our core areas of focus include:

  • Hunger Relief & Nutrition
  • Sustainability
  • Women's Economic Empowerment
  • Career Opportunities
  • Special Interests

Whether it’s through the thousands of grants we provide to organizations that share our mission or through the inspiring volunteer efforts of our people, we are passionate about helping people live better.

Walmart eCommerce Reviews

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Walmart eCommerce President and CEO, Global eCommerce Neil M. Ashe
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    Former Employee - Summer Intern in San Bruno, CA
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    The culture is just amazing. Anyone from any background can fit in here and be themselves. Great work life balance. Data driven environment. Anyone and Everyone will generally help you if you ask for assistance. Great place to add value .


    It's just really big and you may find yourself spending a lot of time finding who the right person is and where - that you need to contact to get the job done. Similarly, years of experience in the same organization will help cause that will accrue as organizational knowledge.

    Advice to Management

    The hiring process can be slow and cumbersome. Needs speed.

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Bruno, CA
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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Walmart eCommerce (San Bruno, CA).


    I interviewed with Walmart for the Front End Software Engineer role. I was first contacted by the Walmart Recruiting team. I interviewed with both Walmart Labs and Walmart eCommerce teams. The entire interview process was about 2 weeks. It was pretty standard. There were phone screens, one for each team. The person who interviewed me from the Walmart Labs team was really nice and he seemed very skilled and knew what he was talking about. He asked some JavaScript questions mostly DOM related. The other interview (the one with Walmart eCommerce), however, went really bad. The interviewer asked me to implement a data structure in JavaScript and stopped paying attention to me. I could hear him watching some video in the background. He didn't respond for a few second after I asked him a question. Anyways, both the interviews went well and they brought me onsite. Two different onsite interviews. The questions were pretty basic algorithmic questions. They were not even tough. If you're good with basic Algorithms and Data Structures, you're good. Both the teams liked me and eCommerce extended an offer, which I declined. I wasn't happy with the interview experience and so I declined.

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Walmart eCommerce Awards & Accolades

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  • Top Mobile Retailer, National Retail Federation, 2012
  • Mobile Commerce Application of the Year, Mobile Commerce Daily, 2012
  • Best Retail/Commerce Solution for Mobile, Mobile Excellence Awards, 2012
  • Mobile Retailer of the Year, Mobile Commerce Awards, 2012
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