Barak Eilam

7 stories about Barak Eilam
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Why did NICE shares drop 13% after the CEO announced his retirement?

19.05.24|Sophie Shulman
The main concern of NICE investors is that Eilam is retiring at its peak. GenAI is expected to have critical consequences specifically for the world of marketing, sales, and customer relationship management, presenting a formidable challenge for the next CEO 
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NICE CEO: "We won't see an economic improvement until we see a change in leadership"

05.03.24|Omer Kabir
Barak Eilam, CEO of NICE, spoke at Calcalist and Bank Leumi’s Mind the Tech Conference in New York. "When the current generation in their 30s and 40s reach leadership positions in the government, things will change for the better"
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"AI has become an overarching catalyst unlocking multiple vectors of growth," says NICE CEO after company beats forecasts

22.02.24|Meir Orbach
In the fourth quarter, the Israeli software company recorded 10% growth in revenue to $623 million, along with a profit of $2.36 per share, above market expectations. The cloud activity generated revenues of $429 million
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Nice going: Nice presents promising quarter, positive annual forecast

17.08.23|Sophie Shulman
The Israeli software company concluded the second quarter with a 10% growth in revenues to $581.1 million, with revenues from cloud activity jumping by 23%
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NICE becomes Israel’s highest valued company thanks to cloud revenue spike

08.08.21|Hezi Sternlicht
The company reached a valuation of around $17 billion following the release of its second-quarter report which showcased a 16% rise in revenue
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Companies Have to Learn to Say No to Adventures Beyond Their Scope, Says Nice CEO

31.12.19|Orna Yefet
Barak Eilam spoke at Calcalist’s Forecasts 2020 conference held Tuesday in Tel Aviv
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Shift from Security to Civilian Market behind NICE Systems’ Growth

07.11.17|Dror Reich and Asaf Shalev
Israel-based NICE Systems used to sell surveillance software to governments. Now it provides technology for call centers