Pilat Promotes Mark Smith to President

May 29, 2015 No comments | Back To Home

London, United Kingdom – May 29, 2015 – Pilat, an HR technology solutions company focusing on developing customizable and affordable SaaS Human Capital Management solutions, today announced that Mark Smith has been named President with responsibilities for both Europe and the U.S. Smith had been Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. Smith succeeds Yuval Baruch who served as both President and CEO of Pilat while taking on increasing responsibilities within the Magic Software Enterprises parent company. Baruch will continue to serve as CEO of Pilat.

“The industry and our place in it is changing so rapidly that we needed to install a leader with the ability to drive us forward and who had intimate knowledge of the technology and its future,” commented Baruch. He added, “Mark has been the godfather of our Pulse technology, is the one who has envisioned and led it to embrace a new user experience, and has the support and respect of our senior team and our clients. All in all, a win/win for us and our users.”

More information about Pilat can be found at www.pilat.com or, in the U.S. at 800-338-9701.

About Pilat
Pilat is an HR technology development company that builds and customizes installed and SaaS solutions in Performance and Goal Management, Talent Management, Succession Planning, Employee Engagement and Retention, Executive Coaching, Compensation and Merit Pay, and more. With offices in the UK and the U.S., Pilat serves a global customer base with affordable, customizable Human Capital Management SaaS solutions and also offers proprietary products for managing Job Assessment, Job Grading and Gender Pay Equality. More information is available at www.pilat.com.

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