Oded Moshe

Oded Moshe is the Director of Product Management at SysAid Technologies Ltd. With more than 15 years of experience in various IT management positions, Oded previously served as IT manager at Eden Springs (Europe), where he led the implementation of IT strategy and systems, and the standardization of IT management processes in 18 new European markets. Oded holds a BA degree from the College of Management Academic Studies in Israel, specializing in IT. Oded gained CIO certification in 2005, is an ITSMF member, and regularly participates in ITIL forums around the world. He can be reached at [email protected]

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