Concertio is the pioneer in the AI-powered performance optimization market. Our patented products boost performance by tailoring the many system and application settings to work in concert with the currently running workloads, all automatically, continuously and in real-time. Welcome to the era of self-tuning systems.
Meet the Team
Dr. Tomer Morad
Co-Founder, VP of Product
VP of Sales
Glenn (MBA, CFA) is a seasoned sales leader with over 20 years of experience in Enterprise sales. Prior to joining Concertio, Glenn was VP of sales at two successful startup’s. His responsibilities included all sales, marketing, and operations functions targeted at the worldwide customer base. In these roles, he hired and led a sales team that more than doubled revenue and expanded customer placement by 2X. Before that, he spent 16 years in NYC enterprise sales with Dell, Oracle, SAP, and IBM. Glenn has an extensive analytical business background with experience as a Wall Street research analyst. On Wall Street, he passed the three-year Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam to attain a professional license in financial research. Glenn holds an MBA from Wake Forest University and a business degree from Virginia Military Institute.
Zena is a Performance Engineer at Concertio. Prior to Concertio, Zena worked as a Graduate Research Associate for the Watson Institute for Systems Excellence (WISE) at Innovation Associates. He worked on data analysis and machine learning projects to improve the performance of robotic medication dispensing and collation systems for Central Fill Pharmacies. Before that, Zena worked for the Information Network Security Agency (INSA), a national cyber security company in Ethiopia for 5 years as a Network protocol Analyst and System Software Developer. Zena holds a a BSc in Electrical Engineering from Hawassa University Institute of Technology and an MSc in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Binghamton University.
Omer came to Concertio after being a software engineer at Istra, a High-Frequency Trading (HFT) company. Prior to that, Omer was an architect at Websense/Forcepoint where he led the architecture group of the company’s Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) product. He has also served as an embedded software engineer while at ECI. Omer is experienced in developing under many operating systems, not only the major 3 (Windows, MacOS and Linux), but also embedded operating systems such as QNX and VxWorks and even AmigaOS and BeOS (from the 80s and 90s, remember?). Omer holds an M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. He is also a CPA(Isr.) which he practiced as an independent auditor many years ago.
Prof. Uri Weiser
Chief Science Officer
Lynn is on the Marketing Team at Concertio. Lynn is an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and startup consultant. She currently serves as the VP of Panels for the New York Venture Community (NYVC), and mentors/advises at Women in Business at Yeshiva University, Astia Angels, and London & Partners. Lynn is a frequent panelist, startup judge, and speaker, including at: SXSW, NYU Stern Business School $300K Startup Challenge, Columbia University Business School, Brandeis University Business School, Franklin & Marshall College, NY Venture Summit, and Oxford University. Lynn has been featured in publications such as: Forbes, The London Evening Standard, and Digital Trends and has been published in: Thrive Global, ERC WorldWide Mobility Magazine (cover article), and Entrepreneur Podcast Network.
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