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Radvision Ltd.

Radvision is a company that provides video conferencing as well as video conferencing components and peripherals. It was founded in 1992 and founded in Tel Aviv, Israel with Boaz Raviv serving as C.E.O. (Chief Executive Officer).

In addition to Boaz Raviv this company has an extensive leadership board.

This company is publicly traded on the second largest stock exchange, the Nasdaq (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations).

They are also traded on Israel's stock exchange by the name of TASE (Tel Aviv Stock Exchange).

This is Israel's only stock exchange with just above 600 companies traded.

Even though this company operates out of Israel, it does business in the United States, England, Japan, Korea, Brazil, and France. They have over 400 employees and recorded revenue of over 78 million dollars in 2011.

The products and services they offer are video infrastructure and video management. Radvision has much to offer and is a very successful company. However, in 2012 it entered into a buyout agreement with a company by the name of Avaya (Avaya Inc.)

Avaya Inc. is a company that provides communication network services. This company is based in Baskin Ridge, NJ and has been chosen to be the supplier of telecommunication equipment for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics held in Russia.

Leadership

Radvision still continues to provide great leadership for the company as well as great service to its customers. Their leadership consists of:

  • Boaz Raviv C.E.O. (Chief Executive Officer)
  • Adi Sfadia C.F.O. (Chief Financial Officer)
  • Roberto Gramagli General Manager of theVideo Unit
  • Pierre Hagendorf General Manager of Technology Unit
  • Hai Margalit Vice President of Global Sale
  • Bob Romano Corporate Vice President of Global Marketing
  • Avi Moyal Vice President of Business Development
  • Iian Givon Vice President of Operations
  • Rael Kdevsoh General Counsel
  • Yair Wiener C.T.O. (Chief Technology Officer)
  • Shani Sandner Vice President of Human Resources