Ran Ziv joins Israeli proptech startup BeamUP as CTO

Ran Ziv joins Israeli proptech startup BeamUP as CTO

Published: 22-12-2022 11:18:00 | By: Pie Kamau | hits: 4171 | Tags:

BeamUP, the pioneer in enterprise data management for building system design and operations, announced it has hired Ran Ziv as CTO. Ziv joins BeamUP from ZipRecruiter where he has served as VP Engineering since 2017.

Ziv has worked at the forefront of artificial intelligence, and he has supported several companies through rapid growth and maturity. In his role at BeamUP, Ziv focuses on the technology vision behind the state of the art platform for AI powered design and management of enterprise facilities.

Stephane Levy, CEO and Founder, BeamUP: "Ran's rich experience in scaling data-led offerings will spur our product offerings for our Fortune 50 customers as they upgrade their building management and design. We are thrilled to bring Ran on board as we scale our deep learning capabilities to drive cost and resource efficiencies for enterprise facilities."

Prior to Ziprecruiter, Ziv served as GM of Tapingo Israel, and VP of R&D for Tapingo Global, which was acquired by Grubhub after raising more than $66 million in VC funding. He previously served as Chief Data Architect at Sizmek which was acquired by Amazon, and R&D leader at both LivePerson and iBasis.

Ran Ziv comments: "Enterprise real estate is ripe for disruption. Until now, facility data was held within disparate systems in a range of formats which has led to knowledge gaps, errors and breaches. BeamUP has found a unique entry point. By digitizing facilities' data, BeamUP develops artificial intelligence algorithms that use NLP and computer vision to automate building management and design processes. I'm excited to be building the solution to this real world problem as we help customers make their buildings safe, compliant and efficient."

BeamUP works with Fortune 50 customers across healthcare, finance and technology. In March 2022 it raised $15 million in seed from VCs including Ibex Investors and StageOne Ventures.