Moshe Mitz - Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Mr. Mitz was appointed CEO of Tadiran Telecom in November 2016. Mr. Mitz brings with him over 25 years of experience in telecommunications and management of large corporations.
Prior to joining the company, Mr. Mitz Owner and CEO of Medicom Quality Products and MSM Business Development. In the past, he also served as CEO of the Port of Eilat and as Vice President of Cellcom, a leading cellular service provider in Israel.
As a CPA, Mr. Hershkovitz has accrued over 14 years of financial expertise.
Prior to joining Tadiran in September 2010, Mr. Hershkovitz lived and worked in Africa as Chief Finance Officer and Deputy CEO at NLPI Group - infrastructure-related investments throughout Southern Africa. Before that, Mr. Hershkovitz held a senior position at KPMG, an international audit and consulting firm
Mr. Tager has 38 years of experience in military and civilian communications, which he began as a technical officer in the Communications and Electronics corps of the IDF. Mr. Tager joined Tadiran Telecom in 1982 and since then has held a wide variety of positions such as VP Engineering, VP R&D and, during the last 5 years VP Resources. In his current role, Mr. Tager is responsible for the operations, purchasing, logistics and IT departments and is also in charge of human resources for the company.
Hagai Glazner - VP Research & Development
Prior to his appointment as VP Research & Development, Hagai served as AVP Development, and was instrumental in the launch of the Aeonix in January 2013. With over 20 years experience in R&D programming and applications development, Hagai is an expert in management of large scale, real-time, software development projects, specifically in the areas of enterprise communications and contact centers.
Mr. Young leads the Global Customer Support department which was established last year and all regional support teams report directly to him at the Corporate Headquarters.
David brings to Tadiran 18 years of experience in high tech and is an expert in technical operations, product management, unified communications and contact centers. He spent three years working in the US building the technical team for EasyRun.