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.
Avishag has been with Matrix since it was first established. She is currently the company’s vice president of human resources, following two years as VP HR of the company’s subsidiary companies.
Before that, she spent over ten years as human resources manager of Matrix, responsible for a wide range of human resource processes, supporting key business divisions and managing the recruitment department.
Avishag graduated magna cum laude with a business management MBA from the Hebrew University. She also holds an MA in communications which she was awarded, summa cum laude, from Netanya Academic College, and a BA in behavioral sciences and business administration from Ben Gurion University. In addition, Avishag has the following certifications: business group facilitator (IDC); mediator; coaching (member of Israel Coaching Chamber).
In the IDF, Avishag held an administrative role in the ground forces, under the command of a brigadier general in the field of manpower.
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.
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.