Arie Mazur - Slangsoft
Arie Mazur, CEO and Founder of Slangsoft.
Arie (27) ensures that the Slangsoft team continues its commitment to the vision upon which he founded the company: the global potential of the World Wide Web. Arie also leads the team in continuing to identify the trends which affect this vision and which shape the ongoing development of Slangsoft solutions. Arie's ability to turn his vision into a practical solution has gained him access to top decision makers at technology giants like Sun Microsystems and Hewlett Packard and Internet trendsetters like AltaVista and Earthweb.
Overseeing the long-term and day-to-day management of the company is another role that Arie fills. Adept at motivating and empowering people, Arie works closely with the Slangsoft's Business Leadership Team responsible for ensuring the company's success.
Arie's skills in crafting a vision, identifying market trends and results-oriented management were honed during his previous experience as Deputy VP of AT&T's Network Communication Division in Brazil. Under Arie's stewardship, the Division grew to 300 people, with revenues in excess of $55M per year. As in Slangsoft, Arie's ability to translate technically complex challenges into clear, operational projects made him a key player in closing the largest sales agreements.
Arie holds a BS in Computer Science from Eindhoven University, Holland and is fluent in Hebrew, English, Russian and German.
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