About

My name is Eilon Reshef. I am an entrepreneur, an executive, and (to a lesser degree) an investor in the software and internet spaces.

Since 2015, I am one of the founders and the CTO at Gong, a technology-based venture-backed startup company that brings machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) to the world of business-to-business sales.

Beforehand, I was one of the founders of Webcollage, a software-as-a-service solution that helped manufacturers publish rich product information to retailer websites. Webcollage was (and probably still is) practically an industry standard, used by hundreds of blue chip manufacturers (e.g., Microsoft, P&G, Pfizer, Samsung, Hasbro) and numerous retailers (e.g., Amazon, Best Buy, CVS, Office Depot, Target, Toys-R-Us, Walmart). We sold to Answers.com in 2013, and it’s now a part of its Answers Cloud Services.

I have been passionate about technology, software and entrepreneurship since I started my software career back in the mid-80′s. I am now leading technology and engineering at Gong and involved in most aspects of the business. At Webcollage, I drove product strategy, worked closely with strategic customers (sadly earning a Mileage Plus Million Miler along the way) and led its R&D organization.

I was born and raised in Israel. I spent several years in the heart of the West Village in New York, and enjoyed the New York restaurant scene (unfortunately gaining a few pounds in the process). I later relocated back to Tel Aviv, Israel, where I now spend most of my time. I’m happily married, and trying to raise two kids to become decent human beings.

Feel free to check out my LinkedIn profile for more details or contact me at eilon.reshef (at) gmail dot com.

 

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