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The Team

About Us

During its years of activity, DataCube gathered a great deal of experience in the implementation of BI systems in various organizations in Israel. DataCube’s customers include a variety of organizations, both middle-sized and large, from the business and public sectors as well as marketing networks, distribution, communication and hi-tech companies, and many more.

We are certain of our ability to analyze your business requirements and translate them into the most advanced technological solutions in the field, reaching the perfect solution tailored to your specific needs.

Our Team

Our team includes Business Intelligence experts and data warehouses of the highest quality in Israel.
Our team consists of BI experts with a wide variety of professional expertise.
The various areas of expertise enable the Company to provide its customers with solutions at the highest professional level, in each stage of the implementation of the BI system.
We ensure that our team is of the highest quality and training, and that it is dedicated to give service at the highest level possible. This makes it possible for DataCube to provide its services to its customers in Israel, to their utmost satisfaction.

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Gad Haran

Data Cube CEO

Gad Haran is one of the most experienced veterans of the BI field in Israel. He joined DataCube in 2004, when it was first established.
Gad served as senior project manager. He managed and led the establishment of the largest data warehouses in Israel – Direct Insurance, GSK, Retalix, the Postal Bank and others, acting as Chief Technology Officer.
In 2014, Gad was appointed as CEO of the company, responsible for the professional and business aspects, as well as to path-breaking and strategy development. Gad continues to act as chief consultant for company direction in the BI field and lectures on various in-demand technological conferences.
Gad is married and a father of three. He has a degree in Industrial Engineering and Management (BSc) from the Ben-Gurion University.

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Zvika Yaron

Vice President Sales and Business Development

With 15 years of experience in management and sales at some of the leading companies in the Israeli economy, Zvika is responsible for sales, marketing and business development in the company.
He was previously manager of the data warehouses and analytic solutions of large organizations in Israel, and nowadays still acts as consultant in this area.
Zvika has a BA in software engineering and an MA in business management. He currently lives Tel Aviv and father of a son Eyal.

 

The Project Management Team in DataCube consists of Leading Professionals in their Field in Israel.

The team members possess a rich experience in project management, system analysis and actual implementation of BI and Big Data systems. The team is in charge of all the projects and for the Company’s joint activity for our customers.

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Sarit Ka'atra

Office manager
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Amir Boznach

Senior project manager
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Tanja Grossman

Senior Projects Manager
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Gili Maoz

Customer Desk Manager
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Idan Azulai

Senior Projects Manager
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Dominique Rosenberg

Senior Projects’ Manager

Values and Vision

We act with integrity and professional reliability, striving for constant innovation and love for the profession.

We are convinced of our ability to translate your business requirements and connect them with the most advanced technological solutions in the field, in order to reach the perfect solution.

We do this by connecting the right method of work, many years of accumulated experience, and a quality team which consists of leading experts in the field.

We undertake to continue providing meaningful value to each client in every field, leading him to organizational, business and economic success, now and in the future.


We undertake to continue to provide each customer with meaningful value in every area, and to lead it to organizational, business and economic success in future too.

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