Board of Directors
Judit Sharon – Chief Executive Officer
Judit joined OnPage Corporation in 2009 as the Chief Financial Officer and was promoted to CEO in 2010. She is responsible for the creation of the OnPage service.
Judit has more than 15 years of comprehensive operations, marketing, strategic planning, and financial experience. She was deeply involved in the mergers and acquisitions of ProActivity, a venture capital-based startup with EMC Corp. Throughout her career, Judit has managed all facets of financial operation in the software, retail, and manufacturing sectors.
Prior to joining Onset, Judit worked with EMC Corporation, a global cloud computing provider. In 2002, while consulting for a number of startup companies, Judit developed business plan financials and established accounting systems and controls. She has also previously served as controller of PA Company, a manufacturer and retailer in the apparel industry. In this position, she created the financial and inventory control systems necessary to facilitate a 4x growth in revenue.
Judit holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and business administration from the University of Haifa and a master’s degree in finance from Bentley University.
Amnon Shoham – Managing Director, Cedar Fund
Amnon Shoham brings to Cedar Fund a wealth of experience investing in and building quality high tech companies from the ground up since 1993. His Cedar Fund success record includes early stage investments in companies that he helped build to successful exits, including Guardium (acquired by IBM in 2009), Onaro (acquired by Network Appliance – NetApp(NASDAQ: NTAP) in 2008), and Appilog (acquired in 2004 by HP/Mercury (NYSE:HPQ)). Mr. Shoham focuses on investments in the enterprise software space and is an active board member on several of Cedar Fund’s portfolio companies.
Prior to founding Cedar Fund, Mr. Shoham was the Managing Partner of Star Ventures in Israel, where he built and managed its investment activity in Israel. Mr. Shoham has served as director on the following Nasdaq-traded companies’ boards: Accord Networks (ACCD, acquired by Polycom, PLCM); BreezeCOM (BRZE, now Alvarion, ALVR); Fourth Dimension Software (DDDDF, acquired by BMC Software, BMC); Fundtech (FNDT); Jacada (JCDA); NICEcom (acquired by 3com Corp.,COMS); Paradigm Geophysical (PGEO) and ViryaNet (VRYA). Mr. Shoham’s activity on Star’s behalf also included investments in Armon Networking (acquired by Bay Networks), Summit Design (now Innoveda, INOV) and Precise Software (PRSE). He was also instrumental in facilitating Star’s investment in Creo Products, (CREO) and Orckit Communications (ORCT).
Before turning to venture capital investing, Mr. Shoham worked as an attorney in the New York office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, a leading U.S. law firm, where he focused on public offerings and mergers and acquisitions involving high technology companies.
Meny has over twenty years of consistently successful accomplishments while participating in all phases of a company’s life-cycle from literal start-up to mature and successful international organizations including an IPO for one, and high revenue multiple M&A exit for the other.
Meny was Executive Vice President of Customer Services and Product Development at I-Logix and later at Telelogic. Meny was also Vice President of System Development at Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) where he was responsible for over 125 developers distributed across three countries. Prior to PTC, he led a development group at Motorola.