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Yael Cosset

Chief Commercial Officer & CIO, 84.51°

Yael Cosset provides 84.51° with leadership focused on building and commercializing innovative world class products and solutions including an expanded portfolio in the customer insight and digital personalization areas. Yael also provides strategic leadership on technology, infrastructure and product offerings throughout the organization.

Prior to 84.51°, Yael was Global CIO at dunnhumby. He also served as Chief Executive Officer of KSS Retail, a dunnhumby company and a global enterprise software provider of price modeling and optimization solutions for retailers worldwide. In both roles, Yael collaborated closely with client executives at Kroger, Tesco, Macy’s and Raley’s among others, to deliver game changing customer insight and personalization platforms.

Prior to joining dunnhumby, Yael served as VP - West Region at MicroStrategy, where he managed one of the largest and fastest growing segments of the business, including complex data analytics and business intelligence implementations with Fortune 500 companies such as Safeway, The Gap, Nordstrom, Intel, Disney, Universal Studios, American Express and Visa, among others. Prior to his work with MicroStrategy, Yael served as an executive business consultant where he provided insight and direction on market expansion, product launches and growth strategies for global companies including Schneider Electric and Gregori International.

Passionate about data and technology, Yael always focuses on making a definitive difference for his clients and partners – be it through building innovative products and solutions or by establishing disrupting partnerships. Yael graduated Valedictorian with a Masters from Ecole Superieure de Commerce in Chambery, France.

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