CodeBoxx’s digital workshop is very proud to announce that the biggest mandate of its history begins this week as it joins the digital transformation of a beloved American brand and a huge name of the retail sector, Lucky Brand! We are honored to be recognized, but above all to be able to work in collaboration with such an important brand of the American and Global fashion retail industry, and we are very grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the next chapter of their history by providing them with the technological tools that they need. Our pragmatic and results-oriented approach combined with the leadership and great expertise of our omni-commerce team were the elements that stood out.
Another proof of the quality of CodeBoxx’s graduates
Not only is it a significant business opportunity, it is also an acknowledgment of the value and readiness of the team. Like all past or current projects of the digital workshop, this project will be carried out by CodeBoxx’s graduates now developers for the workshop. This means that people who did not know how to code last year will have the chance to contribute to the most significant digital transformation ever carried out by CodeBoxx since its creation! It is a notable milestone in the evolution of the company for 2 major reasons: First, it once again testifies of the value and quality of the graduates trained by CodeBoxx’s boot camp, but it is also further demonstrates that CodeBoxx’s Digital Workshop is one of the best kept secrets in the province of Quebec!
About CodeBoxx’s Digital Workshop
CodeBoxx’s Digital Workshop is a project agency that carries out a wide variety of mandates in the area of digital transformations. The workshop specializes in everything related to omnichannel and digital commerce, but is also active in the design and development of tailor-made web and mobile applications, business intelligence and analytics as well as artificial intelligence. With more than 25 projects completed or in progress, the team is essentially composed of graduates from the CodeBoxx’s bootcamp.
The workshop will soon have more than 40 members on its team, including its chief technology officer, Éric Beaulieu. A true technology veteran, Éric has accumulated more than 20 years of experience in the industry with several large companies. Under the supervision of the founder and CEO of CodeBoxx Nicolas Genest, Eric and his team were able to deliver projects and products of very high value for a fraction of the market price. This feat is made possible thanks to the company’s innovative business model, which takes unexploited talent and trains it through its coding bootcamp. The concept of the ultra-accelerated 16-week program lowers the barrier to entry by taking virtually all the risks, allowing people from all walks of life to take a chance at launching their careers in technology. This new vision of learning has already enabled nearly a hundred Quebecers to reorient their careers and enter the technology industry.
About Lucky Brand
Lucky Brand Jeans is an American denim company founded in Vernon, California in 1990 by Gene Montesano and Barry Perlman. Lucky also produces other apparel, including activewear, outerwear, T-shirts, and professional attire. In December 2013, Leonard Green & Partners acquired Lucky Brand Jeans for $225 million from Fifth & Pacific Companies. Lucky Brand products are available through the 150 company-owned stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, Canada, and Europe. In the United Arab Emirates and Australia, Lucky products can be found in David Jones department stores. In the U.S., Lucky is also sold at major department store chains including Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Lord & Taylor, Nordstrom, Belk, and Dillard’s, as well as at smaller specialty chains like Buckle.