Its not a bad place to work, but...
Pros: work from home, early outs during the summer, jeans all year
Cons: managers believe if you aren't at your desk with your hands on the keyboard, you are obviously not working.
Saks has an IT shop. With that in mind, in house development is to a minimum. Most of the software is purchased by contracts to other companies which is then supported by the IT staff.
Like I said, not a bad place to work, but you shouldn't stay here long if you want to further your career any higher than just a developer.