Way2VAT , a Fintech company, is a global leader in integrated VAT/GST claim and return solutions in over in countries and in over 20 languages, serving more than 180 enterprise companies and over 400 SMB companies worldwide. Owns and operates a patented artificial intelligence technology that powers the world’s first fully automated, end-to-end VAT reclaim platform and maximize operational speed efficiency, resulting in up to 30% more in reclaimed VAT/GST.
Established in 2016, we wanted to challenge the VAT industry’s status quo by making VAT refunds accessible to all. We provide companies at all sizes with VAT reclaim solution including local and foreign VAT refunds, Foreign Account Payable refunds, and VAT Compliance.
Way2VAT is headquartered in Tel Aviv with offices in the United Kingdom, and Romania.
Mr Simantov has more than 25 years of experience as an executive – including as CEO, and EVP Sales of major global high‐tech enterprises such as SintecMedia/Operative, Rit Technologies (a NASDAQ Company), Lognet Systems, and ADI. Mr Simantov specialises in the SaaS platform, Fintech, broadcast, IT and telecom industry and has a track record in leading companies to economic success, including several exits and successful mergers and acquisitions.
For over 15 years, Smadar Noy has guided companies through her deep understanding of corporate finance. She has served as CFO for a variety of startups and established global enterprises, most recently at the Mistral Group. Throughout her 25-year career, Smadar has worked in the securities market, aerospace and defence industries, and telecommunications. She has an extensive international financial services knowledge and broad global experience. Smadar has a Bachelor of Economics and Accounting and an Executive MBA from Tel Aviv University.
Professor Shilkrot is a researcher and computer scientist specializing in human‐computer interaction, computer graphics and computer vision.
Before joining Way2Vat, Professor Shilkrot worked with Microsoft Research Labs in Redmond, Comverse Innovation Labs in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv University and various start‐up companies.
Professor Shilkrot also served as adjunct Professor at the Computer Science Department in Stony Brook University, NY and was granted the Samsung Global Research Outreach award for de‐warping paper documents.
Professor Shilkrot holds several patents, has co‐authored four books, awarded five patents and published 25 peer reviews papers that appeared in highest‐tier venues. Professor Shilkrot holds a Ph.D. from MIT Media Labs, where he specialized in human computer interaction, computer graphics and computer vision and a M.Sc in Computer Science from Tel Aviv University.