Former LexisNexis, SAS Federal Exec Laurie Cook Joins Blue Prism as Public Sector Sales & Alliances VP

Laurie Cook, former senior account executive for the federal civilian market at SAS, has been appointed vice president of public sector sales and alliances at robotic process automation company Blue Prism, G2Xchange ETC reported Friday.

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Prior to SAS, she served as manager of federal civilian sales at LexisNexis. Her 22-year corporate career also included account management positions at Qwest Communications, IP Axess and Lexmark.

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She has previous experience working in analytics and data management programs in support of federal clients such as the departments of Commerce, Housing and Urban Development, Treasury and the General Services Administration.

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Blue Prism offers RPA software the company designed to help customers manage operations, workforce and processes.

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