Executive Vice President, Chief Business Officer
Edward Auriemma is the Executive Vice President, Chief Business Officer for Blue Yonder. As a transformational business leader, Edward brings a record of success and expertise in driving innovation and accelerating performance across global businesses.
A supply chain software veteran, Edward has held various leadership roles at Alight, Infor and Blue Yonder (then JDA Software). In his most recent role, he served as the Chief Operating Officer of Alight, a leading cloud-based provider offering business solutions for employees to enrich their health, wealth and work while enabling employers to achieve a high-performance culture. There, he was responsible for creating, building, and providing a common operational go-to-market framework to drive forward Alight's growth strategy while driving a relentless focus on execution.
Edward also previously served as Executive Vice President and Head of Business Operations at Infor, an industry cloud applications company with more than 70,000 customers. He was responsible for sales operations, including sales effectiveness and sales simplification, customer operations, ecosystem, portfolio management, business intelligence insights, and analytics. One of his greatest accomplishments while at Infor was building and creating the inside sales and business development functions, which he was recognized for and awarded the Excellence in Structure Award by the University of Houston in 2018.
Edward holds a bachelor's degree from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Edward is currently pursuing his MBA at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at the College of William & Mary, where he also sits on the Board of the college’s Washington Center. He currently serves on the advisory board of the American Association of Inside Sales Professionals (AA-ISP) and was named the organization's 2020 Executive of the Year.
He lives in Arlington, Virginia, with his 12-year-old daughter, Sophia, and their dog, Cosette. In his spare time, he enjoys going on long runs, taking selfies with his daughter and biking through downtown Washington, D.C.