During his time at Matrix, Moti has led its establishment through the merger of five companies, been responsible for the acquisition and merger of over 80 companies into the group and formulated both its business strategy and its trading on the Israeli stock exchange in 2002.
Before that, Moti worked at Liraz Systems for 14 years, holding various software positions within the company, and acting as the company’s CEO from 1994-2000. He led the acquisition of Liraz by EDS.
Moti served for seven years in the IDF’s Mamram unit (Center of Computing and Information Systems). He holds an MBA with a major in strategic management from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, from which he graduated summa cum laude.
Nevo Brenner serves as Matrix Chief Financial Officer since June 2022.
Before joining Matrix, Nevo has been serving in key financial roles in leading Israeli companies – CFO at Energix Renewable Energies LTD (2019-2022), VP Finance & Chief Accountant at the Israel Aerospace Industries LTD (2013-2019), Chief Accountant at Bezeq – the Israel Telecommunication Corp LTD (2011-2013). Prior to that, he served as Deputy Head of Accounting at the Department of Corporation Finance, Israel Securities Authority.
Nevo is a CPA (IL) and holds MBA in Finance and Accounting and bachelor’s degree in Economics & Accounting - both from the Hebrew University.
Appointed as Vice President of Human Resources at Matrix in July 2023, Hila has over 20 years’ experience in her field. She joined John Bryce in 1999. Having undergone in-house training in human resources and recruitment, she went on to manage such activities there, moving to Matrix with the acquisition of the company in 2003.
Part of the founding team of the Matrix Talpiot division in 2004, Hila was directly involved right from the start, including interviewing the first candidates and employees, and building and creating recruitment and HR processes to support the division. Talpiot has since changed the employment landscape in Israel, introducing thousands of ultra-Orthodox female computer engineers to the market.
Over the years, Hila has taken on other roles at Matrix, including expanding the activity of the company’s Eastern European offshore operations, with full responsibility for the profit goals of the business in this region.
Hila holds a BA in social work from Tel Aviv University, and is a graduate of several course in human resources and group facilitation in corporate settings from the Levinsky College, NLP from NLP-Plus, and financial statements analysis and a directors' course, both from Hamil. She served in the IDF in the Nahal Brigade.
Asaf has been with Matrix since it was first established.
Before joining the company, he held various financial positions at Bashan Systems.
Asaf is a graduate of the Bank Hapoalim management training track, holds a BA in economics and an MBA in business administration, graduating magna cum laude from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Ronen has been with Matrix from its inception.
Since then, he has held a number of roles within the company and starting from 2014 is part of the Matrix's Management team and starting 2023 focused on USA activates as the EVP Sales , Matrix USA.
In his previous roles – was lecturer and VP sales for John Bryce – Hi-Tech College, the training division of Matrix.
With the establishment of both the Talpiot development center , a Matrix initiative for the employment of Ultra-orthodox women in high-tech, and Matrix Global in 2005, Ronen was appointed as sales manager for the activities in Israel and Eastern Europe. In 2009, he took on the additional role of VP Sales for Tact Testing (which later became the Matrix Testing & Automation).
In 2014, he was appointed Matrix Sales Manager.
In addition, Ronen also leads the activity of 8300, Matrix special task force for startup companies , and CEO @ See.v – Matrix's recruitment company for israeli startups.
Ronen served for six years in the Israeli military as the Human Resource officer of several units. He holds a BA in business management and human resource management from Ben-Gurion University, and is a graduate of a professional retraining course in at John Bryce – Hi-Tech College.
Major General (Res.) Nitsan Alon was appointed VP of Strategy and Chairman of Matrix Defense - the company’s Defense Division - in February 2020. Leading the company’s strategic planning process regarding markets and geographies, Nitsan is responsible for managing new lines of activity, adapting existing activity to market needs, and identifying opportunities for mergers & acquisitions and joint ventures with the defense establishment.
This appointment follows an illustrious 35-year career with the IDF, in which Nitsan served as commander of the General Staff Reconnaissance Unit (Sayeret Matkal), acted as Head of Central Command, acted as IDF Operations Directorate and reached the rank of Major General.
Nitsan holds a B.A in physics and B.Sc in material engineering from the Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa.
As well as being responsible for managing three Matrix divisions - Training (John Bryce Training), Offshore Outsourcing (matrix global) and testing (matrix testing & automation), Ziv also has responsibility for the call centers run by Babcom Centers.
Outside of Matrix, Ziv is active in various public and professional organizations, including YPO, and a member of the board of directors of the Young Leadership Association.
He served as Chief Instructor in the IDF’s Mamram unit (Center of Computing and Information Systems) and has a degree in computers and political science from Bar-Ilan University.
Yaron is Chairman of Matrix subsidiaries – Matrix BI, KBIS and Programa.
Prior to joining Matrix, Yaron co-founded and acted as co-CEO of Novelya, which was merged with Skiff Systems to become Tangram Soft. Yaron acted as co-CEO and later CEO of Tangram Soft from its inception.
Yaron served as an officer in the Israeli Air Force's software unit and is a Mamram graduate (Center of Computing and Information Systems).
He holds a BA in economics and business administration and an MA from the Faculty of Law at Bar-Ilan University.
Shira is responsible for all the marketing activity and strategy of Matrix, across all divisions and subsidiaries. She leads a range of cross-organizational marketing initiatives, including marketing communications, digital communications, public relations, corporate image, events and more. Before being appointed to this position in 2014, Shira served for eight years as marketing manager of the Matrix software products division.
Prior to joining Matrix, Shira worked as a producer at People & Computers; as a business consultant at Paradigm Language Support (Sao Paulo); and as a welfare manager at Orange.
Shira holds a BA in sociology & anthropology from Tel Aviv University.
Sigal was part of the founding team of Matrix. She is currently the company’s Chief of Staff, having acted as executive assistant to the company’s CEO between 2001 to 2019.
Part of Sigal’s responsibility is to ensure the ongoing progress of cross-organizational projects, and maintain professional synergy between the company’s various business units.
Before she joined Matrix, Sigal spent four years at Liraz Systems, where she supported the work of the CEO, with a range of different duties.
Sigal holds a BA in humanities from Tel Aviv University, and served as an operations officer in the IDF’s Judea and Samaria Division.
Under Amir’s leadership, the FinTech & Digital Division is responsible for Matrix activities in the finance sector (as a system integrator), as well as its work in the digital and customer experience domains.
Before joining the company, Amir worked for five years at Ness Technology Software.
Amir served for six years in the IDF, and is a graduate of the Mamram officer school.
He holds a BSc from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, and an MBA from Tel Aviv University.
Liat is Executive Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions at Matrix, and also serves as Chairman of Matrix subsidiaries Gestetnertec, Caliber, Asio Vision, and RDT Equipment & Systems. As EVP M&A, Liat is responsible for the end-to-end management of acquisitions by Matrix of companies both in Israel and abroad. This includes identifying potential targets, undertaking strategic consideration of the opportunity, conducting commercial and legal negotiations, and managing the due diligence and internal approval processes. She also plays a key role in new strategic and innovative ventures, relationships and activities, both organic and through joint ventures.
In the ten years before joining Matrix, Liat worked on complex local and international deals for the likes of Navitas Petroleum, Amdocs and KPMG. She also serves as an independent director on the board of ZIM Integrated Shipping Services.
Liat carried out her military service in the IDF as a Psychotechnical Diagnostician and Senior Instructor. She holds a BA in accounting and an LLB in law, having graduated magna cum laude in both from Tel Aviv University, and is certified as both a lawyer and accountant.
Serving as CEO of AVIV AMCG since 2001, Kobi has led the company to achieve its growth goals and expand its activities, both in Israel and abroad, while diversifying its areas of practice across consulting and management, project management, national infrastructures, and environmental quality.
Working to advance Israeli management culture, while expanding the company's international footprint Kobi has made it a priority to maintain its Israeli character and commitment to upholding the strictest international standards. He established the company’s engineering practice and, following the purchase of Dana Engineering and AA Engineering, all engineering activities were merged under one roof.
With over 30 years of experience in management consulting, gained in various senior positions, Kobi’s rich professional experience includes strategic management, organizational consulting and management in leading Israeli corporations in the fields of high-tech, energy, and traditional industries.
Kobi holds a BSc in Industrial Engineering and Management from Ben-Gurion University, is a lecturer at the University’s Faculties of Industrial Engineering and Management, and at Ruppin College, and serves as Chairman of the Board of Dana Engineering and DHV MED.
As the Director of John Bryce College – where he has worked since April 1999 – Moty is responsible for all sales and marketing, operations and student services activities at its branches in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa.
As Chief Information Officer of Matrix, he is responsible for infrastructure, information security and information systems of the companies in the Matrix group.
Moty served as a programmer in the Israeli Air Force, and is a graduate of Mamram, the IDF’s Center of Computing and Information Systems. He also holds a BA in Business Administration, from Ruppin Academic Center.