Cox Automotive has hired its first-ever chief data officer: Mark Luber, a Harvard graduate and former executive at LexisNexis Risk Solutions.

Mark Luber

Luber (LinkedIn profile) is charged with helping Cox to get more out of its data assets, according to a company statement. He’ll oversee data strategy and find ways to unlock opportunities across the company’s brands. These include names like, Manheim, Kelley Blue Book, and DealerTrack.

Luber will report to Cox’s chief product officer Marianne Johnson. He will supervise Associate VP of enterprise data product management Woodson Savage and a team of more than 150 experts in data science, product management, strategy, operations, and analytics.

Luber spent 15 years at LexisNexis, most recently as senior vice president of global product and analytics.

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