Kampyle, an Israel based customer feedback management platform, announced the appointment of Ori Soen as Chief Executive Officer. Ariel Finkelstein, the company’s outgoing CEO, will continue to serve on the Kampyle Board of Directors.
A successful entrepreneur and seasoned executive, Ori most recently served as CMO at MyHeritage, a global genealogy service with 75 million users. He was also General Manager and CMO of Jajah (acquired by Telefonica), where he was responsible for a multi-million dollar P&L. Ori also co-founded and was CEO of MuseStorm, a rich media advertising platform. He currently serves as an advisor to a number of leading B2B technology companies.
Founded in 2007, Kampyle allows companies to collect customer feedback on websites, mobile sites, apps, and at point-of-sale, and to act on feedback in real time to delight customers.
Its Customer Feedback Management platform, the company boasts, makes it easy for businesses to implement customer feedback across all touch points – web, mobile and point of sale. Its unique capabilities allow companies and enterprises to listen, understand and act on customer feedback to impact their business and delight customers.
“Over the past years, we’ve made Kampyle the leader in the Customer Feedback space. I’m excited to bring on board an executive with extensive marketing and product experience to take Kampyle to new heights and accelerate its growth, ” said Ariel Finkelstein, co-founder and outgoing CEO of Kampyle. “Ori is the right person to extend our product leadership, expand our footprint and lead Kampyle to market dominance.”
“We are delighted to have Ori Soen lead Kampyle’s next phase of accelerated growth, ” said Ronen Nir, Kampyle board member and General Partner at Carmel Ventures. “In a space dominated by product innovation and marketing execution, Ori’s leadership will help Kampyle maintain its leading position in the Customer Feedback space while expanding the business aggressively.”
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to lead Kampyle to its next phase, growing it into an even more successful company, ” said CEO Ori Soen. “With digital enterprises increasing their focus on customer success and the customer experience, Kampyle is well positioned to be a major player in both markets.”
The appointment of Ori Soen follows Kampyle’s best ever first half year finish, with significant growth achieved in both revenue and bookings.