Ron Zuckerman has been active as a tech entrepreneur and investor for most of the last 25 years. He was one of the founders of Sapiens International, a software company he took public on NASDAQ in 1990 andis currently trading with a market cap of over $700m. Mr Zuckerman acted as chair and chief executive of Sapiens from early 1995 to late 1999. He was the founder and executive chair of Precise Software Solutions, another software company he took public on NASDAQ in 2000 until its acquisition in late 2003 by VERITAS, in a cash transaction valued at over $600 Million. Mr Zuckerman was a founder, first round investor and a board member in GVT Holding SA, a large telephone operator in Brazil, until its acquisition in late 2009 by The Vivendi Group of France for over $4.7 Billion. He was an early investor and a board member at Wintegra, which was acquired in 2010 by PMC Sierra for over $200m.
In 2000, Mr Zuckerman was chosen by the World Economic Forum as leading one of the most influential tech ventures (ie Sapiens), together with such individuals as Masayoshi Son of SoftBank Group, Jerry Yang of Yahoo! and Michael Dell of Dell Computers.