Dvir Hoffman Assumes Role of VP Product of Britannica Knowledge Systems


Dvir Hoffman

Fort Worth, Texas, March 2, 2021 — Britannica Knowledge Systems, a global leader providing training management systems, today announced the appointment of  Dvir Hoffman as the new Vice President of Products, replacing Adi Silagy who was with the company for over 14 years.

Dvir joins Britannica Knowledge Systems from Ex Libris Group, where his most recent role was Corporate VP, heading a Cloud Business Unit. His previous role at Ex Libris was VP of Product Management and Marketing. Dvir was a key factor in the tremendous growth of Ex Libris (acquired by ProQuest LLC for $550+ Million) over the past 10 years. His 20 years of product experience from Ex Libris, NICE Systems and other world leading companies include managing large product and development teams, go to market strategy, and envisioning, launching, and developing world-leading cloud and on-premises solutions.

“Dvir joins Britannica as part of our strategic growth plan. Dvir will lead our growing Product group, to better serve our customers’ requirements with cutting-edge product capabilities,’ said Asher Dagan, CEO, Britannica Knowledge Systems. “Dvir’s expertise will greatly contribute to the successful development of our innovative platform that will serve ATIS, the US Army’s Training Information System, and to additional demanding high-consequence and highly-regulated industries.”

“I’m honored to be part of Britannica’s talented team and look forward to working with our customers to bring innovative, next-generation solutions that enable training and learning operations to achieve the highest level of proficiency and readiness,” said Dvir Hoffman.


The news was published by CAT, the Journal for Civil Aviation Training.

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