CorrSight CEO and Founder Hudi Zack moves to pastures new after 4 years at the helm

In today’s technologically advanced world, four years seems like a metaphorical lifetime. In the case of real-time analytics vendor CorrSight, a firm which provides FX brokers with solutions with which they can monitor trader activity in order to increase volumes and client retention, it has been exactly four years since Hudi Zack relinquished his position as Division President at global software firm Amdocs in order to become CEO and Founder of the Israeli startup.

Mr. Zack has now left the firm, in order to assume a senior role at Verint Systems (NASDAQ:VRNT), a global firm which provides solutions for customer engagement in optimization, security intelligence, fraud and risk compliance. Like many global software firms, Verint has substantial operations in Israel, which is where Mr. Zack will continue to be based in his new role as Senior VP, and Head of Cyber Business Unit.

The departure from his leadership position at CorrSight sees Mr. Zack move away from the FX industry altogether, as Verint serves a variety of sectors in keeping with Mr. Zack’s career in technology, which spans 20 years, with Mr. Zack having been at the leading edge of many projects within world renowned technology firms, since completing 7 years as a Major in the Israel Air Force.

Israel is synonymous with the development and creation of new technology, with Mr. Zack’s development expertise being typical of the nation’s innovative character, and the establishment of CorrSight and its contribution to the efficiency of today’s technology-led FX industry being no exception.

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CorrSight CEO and Founder Hudi Zack moves to pastures new after 4 years at the helm


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