Ex Libris Ltd. is pleased to announce that Sami Kamhi will be heading the expanding global operations of the company as its new President and CEO. Mr. Kamhi comes to Ex Libris from Amdocs, where he served as Vice President of Production. As such, he was responsible for a large international software operation with particular emphasis on customer relationships, software production, and implementation processes, as well as marketing and sales operations. With over 19 years of experience in the software industry, Mr. Kamhi has fulfilled a variety of roles focused on the production of software products and services. He earned his bachelors and masters degrees in computer science and mathematics from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, in Haifa, Israel.
"We welcome Sami to the Ex Libris team," said Azriel Morag, Chairman of the Board of Ex Libris. "We find his skill set to be a direct match with the needs of our expanding operations, particularly his ability to direct the production of complex software that must be virtually error free and also easy to implement. With his international experience, Sami will be able to help us work in a highly coordinated, focused manner as we look for ways to continue the impressive growth of our company."
"I`m looking forward to meeting the customers of Ex Libris worldwide--" commented Mr. Kamhi, "to hearing their needs and bringing about collaborative solutions that will allow our customers to become the best spokespersons for our products and services. The Ex Libris team is one of great talent and expertise, and it is my honor to be able to lead it."
Mr. Kamhi will assume his new duties in mid-August.
About Ex Libris
Ex Libris is a leading worldwide developer of high-performance applications for libraries, information centers, and researchers. A multinational company, Ex Libris has offices around the world. ALEPH, the Ex Libris integrated library solution, has been installed at over 700 sites in 50 countries. Other Ex Libris software products include MetaLib, an information portal for library collections that provides libraries, institutions, and consortia with a standardized user interface; SFX, a context-sensitive linking solution for heterogeneous electronic resources in the scholarly information environment; and DigiTool, a solution for constructing digital collections as components of an overall digital strategy.