Shlomo is a co-founder of the Viola Group, and a co-founder of Carmel Ventures. He serves as a General Partner at Carmel and his investment interests include Mobile, Software, Digital Media and Internet.
Shlomo served as Chairman for ECI Telecom and led ECI's strategic turnaround from 2002-2007, leading to its acquisition for $1.25 billion. Shlomo also served as a board member of Wanova that was acquired by VMware in May 2012, and as chairman of the board of Red Bend that was acquired by Harman in January 2015. Shlomo also served as a board member of eXelate that was acquired by Nielsen in February 2015. Currently he serves on the board of directors of ironSource, Outbrain, Yallo and cVidya.
Shlomo began his career as a hi-tech entrepreneur, eventually becoming CEO and Chairman of several leading high-tech companies including Oshap that was acquired by SunGard $220M and Tecnomatix, where he served as CEO and President from its inception and led its IPO on NASDAQ. Later he served as Chairman until the company was acquired by UGS for approximately $220M. In addition to his highly successful business career, Shlomo is actively involved in numerous educational and community outreach programs.