In today’s ‘app economy,’ information workers access countless business apps daily to get work done. And that’s distracting. Because people don’t think in terms of apps – they think about topics like customers, products, and projects.
harmon.ie delivers the first topic computing experience, by presenting enterprise events from existing cloud services… by topics, the way you think. So workers can focus on work rather than tools.
Thousands of enterprise customers already count on harmon.ie to provide humanized business solutions built upon SharePoint, Office 365 and other business critical resources.
harmon.ie is a Microsoft Partner of the Year Finalist, a Microsoft App of the Year award winner, and an IBM global partner.
As co-founder of harmon.ie Yaacov Cohen is a driving force for humanizing technology. By emphasizing a devotion to core values to enable a productive work environment, Yaacov believes technology should work for people, rather than the other way around. Yaacov routinely works with executives and IT specialists to enable value-based collaboration initiatives within their organizations.
Yaacov is a popular speaker at industry events; he has been featured in the business press, including the Wall Street Journal and Forbes. Yaacov is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post.
David is a veteran high-tech marketing and product executive, having served with a variety of companies in the enterprise software, mobile, data security, and data networking fields. Prior to harmon.ie, David was VP Marketing and Product Strategy at WorkLight (acquired by IBM), at V-Secure (acquired by Radware), and at Business Layers (acquired by Netegrity), where he was also a co-founder.
David holds a MA in Science, Technology, and Society (STS), where his research explored the impact of email on information overload in organizations. He also holds an MBA in Marketing and a BSc in Physics. David is an International Scholar for the Society for the History of Technology. David is a frequent contributor to business and tech press focusing on how business and people are impacted by new technologies; he has been published in the Financial Times, Business Week, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and other leading press outlets. He is a founding member of the Humanizing the Digital Workplace Consortium.
Yehonathan brings over 15 years of high tech R&D experience to harmon.ie; experience that combines strong technical knowledge with the Agile methodology and lean startup management skills. A functional programming expert, Yehonathan is also the administrator of Klipse– a popular github open source project, and he is a regular speaker at leading conferences around the world. Yehonathan has a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and an M.Sc. in Mathematics, both from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Yehonathan blogs about programming languages at http://blog.klipse.tech/.
Yael brings more than 15 years of finance experience to harmon.ie. Initially having served as Controller for three years and Director of Finance for another eight years, Yael became harmon.ie CFO in 2018. Prior to harmon.ie, Yael served as Assistant Controller for Perrigo and was a senior auditor for PWC.
Yael is a Certified Public Accountant and graduated Cum Laude from Tel-Aviv University with a B.A. degree in Economics and Accounting.
Ran brings to harmon.ie over 15 years’ experience in sales and sales management of Enterprise Software Solutions, developing business from scratch both in Europe and Asia Pacific.
Recently he held senior sales positions at ActionBase Software Solutions, WorkLight Inc and Cognitens. Prior to this, Ran held various roles at Dassault Systems’, including VP Sales where he was responsible for sales globally of the SmarTeam business.
Moran is an Organizational Consultant (M.A.) and HR leader with vast experience in operations and people from companies such as Google and Helios Investments.
Moran is responsible for the design and implementation of processes which form a strong basis for a company’s success through its people. With a strong positive approach and buckets of energy, Moran pushes towards constant learning and improvement of individuals, teams and entities.
Ron Johnsen is a veteran in the high technology industry. He is responsible for driving harmon.ie's customer-centric methodology by building a world-class customer services organization and working with our customers to define best-practices to ensure their successful implementations of harmon.ie.
Since joining harmon.ie in 1999 as a Technical Account Manager, Ron advanced to harmon.ie's Director of Services in January 2001. He became Vice President in April 2003. Prior to joining harmon.ie, Ron worked for Synopsys Corporation where he held several positions in Product Development, Technical Marketing and Application Engineering.