BriefCam Appoints Gil Briman as CEO
Veteran executive to lead company’s next phase of growth and innovation
BriefCam has announced the appointment of Gil Briman as its CEO. Briman joins the organization to build upon BriefCam’s momentum delivering the best-in-class video analytics platform.
“Gil is a stand-out international technology executive with an impressive track record of market-leading business growth, operational excellence and innovation,” said Seymour Liebman, executive vice president, CEO and General Counsel of Canon USA Inc. and chairman of BriefCam. “His strategic vision, inspiring leadership and ability to execute are exactly what BriefCam needs as it enters its next chapter. We are thrilled to welcome him aboard and look forward to an exciting future as the company continues to be at the forefront of the video analytics market.”
Briman will focus on driving the company strategy to help organizations transform video into actionable intelligence through BriefCam’s innovative and comprehensive video content analytics platform.
“This is an exciting time for intelligent video surveillance, and I am thrilled to lead the BriefCam team towards further growth and innovation,” Briman said. “The company’s long-standing and successful track record in the video analytics space, coupled with a winning strategy, has enabled it to grow continuously. Building further on this success is a challenge I accept with enthusiasm, confidence, and fierce determination. The company’s innovation and differentiation resonates strongly across verticals and industries, and I look forward to this next chapter for the company.”
Briman has 27 years of experience leading global technology companies. Prior to joining BriefCam, he was CEO at Solcon Group, a dynamic power electronics company that has been at the forefront of design, development and manufacturing of industrial electronic systems. During his tenure at Solcon, Briman established a strong track record in initiating and leading change, obtaining strong results and strengthening innovation amid a rapidly market landscape. Before joining Solcon, Briman served as vice president for APAC at Mellanox, a computer network products company (recently acquired by NVIDIA) where he led a complex business to drive substantial growth and instantiated significant strategic alliances with leading OEM partners. Previous to Mellanox, Briman was vice president and general manager at Amdocs, a company specializing in software and services for communications, media and financial services providers and digital enterprises.