AutoZone Chief Information Officer Ron Griffin To Retire

AutoZone Chief Information Officer Ron Griffin To Retire

Griffin will retire in early 2021.

AutoZone announced that Ron Griffin, senior vice president and chief information officer, will retire in early 2021.

“I give special thanks to Ron for his significant contributions and years of exceptional service to our organization, fellow AutoZoners and customers,” said Bill Giles, executive vice president and chief financial officer. “In his eight-year AutoZone career, Ron has led the efforts to dramatically enhance our technological capabilities, driven innovation and worked tirelessly to ensure a best-in-class shopping experience for our customers.

“While Ron will certainly be missed, through his leadership, he has developed teams and helped to create an organization that is well-prepared for accelerated growth into the future. I wish Ron and his family the very best in retirement.”

Prior to joining AutoZone, Griffin was senior vice president, global information technology, at Hewlett-Packard. During his tenure at Hewlett-Packard, he also served as the chief information officer for the Enterprise Business Division.

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