Accomplished executives bring additional expertise in marketing, business development and R&D
Tel Aviv – May 18, 2017 – Typemock, a leading provider of unit testing solutions, has announced the hiring of Ziv Leshem as VP of Marketing & Business Development and Michael Tseitlin as VP of R&D. The new appointments will support Typemock’s continued expansion as more companies become Agile through unit testing.
Last month, Typemock announced that its subscriber base has more than doubled since the beginning of 2016, with a particularly significant increase in subscribers for the C/C++ unit testing solution. Typemock provides innovative and robust unit testing solutions to deliver unparalleled mocking abilities and code coverage.
Ziv Leshem joins Typemock as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. Previously, Mr. Leshem served in the same position at Optitex, where he led the marketing team that positioned Optitex as a 3D market leader and drove accelerated growth, resulting in a $53 million acquisition by EFI (NASDAQ: EFII). Before that, Leshem served in various management positions at a number of leading software companies and startups. Leshem holds an LL.B. (cum laude) from Tel-Aviv University and an MBA from INSEAD, Fontainebleau.
Michael Tseitlin joins Typemock as Vice President of Research and Development. Previously, Mr. Tseitlin worked for almost 20 years at Frontline PCB Solutions, the world leader in PCB CAM and engineering software solutions. He held the positions of Product Architect, R&D Manager and Team Leader. Tseitlin holds an MSc in Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics from Kazan State University.
“The success of our global expansion over the past 18 months prompted our search for seasoned, highly-experienced executives to scale operations and drive growth,” said Typemock’s CEO Eli Lopian. “The impressive record of success that Ziv and Michael bring to the company makes them the perfect choice to lead Typemock to achieve our ambitious goals. I look forward to working closely with them as we expand and improve our offerings to meet the growing market demand.”
Typemock was founded in 2006 to help companies prevent bugs and become Agile through unit testing. The company has since established itself as a leading unit testing innovator by offering the first mocking framework for legacy code and the first AI-generated test suggestions. Thousands of companies around the world from a wide range of sectors, including financial services, telecommunications, technology enterprises and others rely on Typemock solutions. These companies demand exceptionally high standards of code quality and minimal errors. http://www.typemock.com