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Ephraim Goldin – Entrepreneur, Owner and President

Mr. Goldin founded AuDaScience in 2017 as a spin-off from G-STAT. As company president, Mr. Goldin is the chief architect and visionary of the company's software solutions.
Mr. Goldin is also the CEO of G-STAT. With more than 150 consultants and experts, G-STAT is the market leader in integration of advanced marketing and risk management analytics.
Over the last 15 years, Mr. Goldin has served as senior consultant for some of the leading organizations in the world in the fields of churn prediction, next- best-action, customer segmentation and lifetime value, credit scoring, Basel 2 implementation and Solvency 2 compliance.
Before founding G-STAT, Mr. Goldin held senior management posts at Israel's central bank (The Bank of Israel) and lectured in econometrics and statistics at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Mr. Goldin holds a BA in economics and statistics and an MA in economics, both from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

Shamir Segal – CEO

Mr. Segal has been CEO of AuDaScience since its founding in 2017. Prior to that, Mr. Segal held the position of VP marketing and Business Development in G-STAT, as well as the CEO of G-STAT Analytics, G-STAT'S analytics software lab.
Mr. Segal played a major role in G-STAT's growth, marketing G-STAT software products to dozens of financial, communications and retail clients in Israel and worldwide.
Mr. Segal has more than 10 years experience as a senior consultant for marketing divisions and project management in 1-to-1 marketing in leading organizations. He has a particular passion for churn prediction and 'Next-Best-Action' in communications companies and banks.
Before joining G-STAT, Mr. Segal served as officer of a DB system administration and development team in the IDF payment administration.
Mr. Segal holds a BA in economics and business administration from The Hebrew University and an MBA, specializing in hi-tech entrepreneurship, from Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva.

 

 
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