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We help parents debug and operate their children.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Software
  • Location Ilan's, Ibn Gabirol, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2013
  • Employees 5
  • Website

Company Summary

Wikeru is an ISV of solutions for young parents. Our first product, iFever, is a straightforward and simple application that provides parents with focused fever reduction instructions for their children. Our goal is to be DIFFERENT, to build an amazing UX – which is not common for applications in our domain.


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    Ori Mendelevich

    Ori is a corporate attorney with a diverse corporate practice, with a specialty focus on the hi-tech sector. Ori has experience in establishing and managing various ventures as he served as a captain in the intelligence corps of the IDF and as an executive manager for Ivory Computers Ltd., establishing Ivory's distribution division.

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    Motti Eini

    Motti graduated from Tel-Aviv University after completing medical school with honors. He was certified as a pediatrician in Israel, and worked in the community as a pediatrician and as a fellow in Tel-Ha'Shomer pediatric ICU. He is completing his pediatric ICU fellowship Sick Kids hospital in Toronto (one of the leading pediatric hospitals in the world).

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    Eitan Deree

    Senior Mobile developer and an evangelist for mobile technologies. Eitan has almost 10 years of experience in mobile application development for all available mobile platforms. He specializes in Android and iOS development and has led diverse and breaki-through projects for companies such as AT&T, Telmap, Modu and more.

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    Doron Ben-David
    VP R&D

    CTO of the Missiles, Space & Technologies software division of the Israel Aerospace Industries, Doron is a tech-savvy with 15 years of large scale product shipping history. Doron is living the Israeli start-ups scene, and is a consultant to various companies in different areas of engineering and product management. He was a founding employee at Dotomi Inc., an advertising company acquired by ValueClick Inc. (NASDAQ: VCLK).