Moshe Mor joined Greylock in 2000. His areas of focus include: software, mobile and e-commerce.
Previously, Moshe spent eight years at SPL WorldGroup, a leading international provider of enterprise software and services. He was a member of SPL's founding team; from 1995 he led it as its CEO through rapid expansion to reach 1,000 employees and $150 million in revenues worldwide. Prior to SPL WorldGroup, Moshe held management positions in software companies in diverse stages, from start-ups to large established players. He also served six years in the Israeli Army as a Captain in the Military Intelligence branch.
Moshe launched Greylock's investment activities in Israel in 2002. His portfolio include ClearForest (acquired by Reuters), Farecast (acquired by Microsoft), HyperRoll (acquired by Oracle), Illuminator (acquired by EMC), Legolas, Payoneer, Red Bend Software, Siliquent (acquired by Broadcom), and Zend.
Moshe holds a BS degree in Economics from Tel Aviv University and an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a Baker Scholar.