The Ex Libris Group is pleased to announce that Mr. Dan Trajman has been appointed President of the Company's US subsidiary, Ex Libris (USA), effective immediately. Mr. Trajman joins Ex Libris after having served as the President of Sapiens Americas, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sapiens International N.V. (NASDAQ: SNPS). As the top-ranking officer of Sapiens Americas, Mr. Trajman was responsible for overall leadership and execution of the company's business strategy in the US market. Previously, as President and CEO of iKnowledge, Inc., Mr. Trajman had extensive involvement with Internet content management software for high-impact, database driven applications.
Mr. Trajman holds a Master's Degree in Urban Development from Harvard University and a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion Institute of Technology.
"We are pleased to welcome Mr. Trajman to Ex Libris," says Matti Shem-Tov, President and CEO. "Dan's proven leadership qualities and operational capabilities will be true assets in heading our US operations and further strengthening its standing in the North American market. We envision that, under Dan's direction, the substantial growth we have realized in North American sales will continue,” adds Mr. Shem-Tov.
"I expect my position at Ex Libris to be both challenging and exciting,” comments Mr. Trajman. “I am impressed with the talent, creativity, and commitment of the staff as well as with the distinguished customer installation base that it serves. I look forward to working with this experienced team to enhance the support extended to our existing customers while further developing and expanding Ex Libris' standing in this important market.”
About Ex Libris
Ex Libris is a leading worldwide developer and provider of high-performance applications for libraries, information centers and researchers. ALEPH, the Ex Libris integrated library solution, has been installed at over 800 sites and consortia in over 50 countries. MetaLib, the information portal for library collections, and SFX, the context-sensitive link server for heterogeneous electronic resources in the scholarly information environment, have been purchased by more than 530 institutions in 30 countries. As a component of an overall digital strategy, DigiTool, a solution for constructing digital collections, rounds out the Ex Libris product suite.