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|Traded as||NASDAQ: DOX|
|Founded||Aurec Information & Directory Systems (today known as Amdocs), Israel (1982)|
|Founder||Morris Kahn , Boaz Dotan|
Chesterfield, Missouri, United States (corporate)
|Eli Gilmann, CEO, President
Tamar Rapaport-Dagim, CFO
|Revenue||US$3.6 billion (FY 2014)|
|US$496 million (FY 2014)|
|US$422 million (FY 2014)|
Number of employees
|Slogan||Embrace Challenge, Experience Success|
Amdocs is a software and services provider to more than 250 communications, media and entertainment service providers in more than 90 countries. Its CES (Customer Experience Solutions) span business support systems (BSS), operational support systems (OSS) and network control and optimization offerings for multiple lines of business, including wireless, wireline, broadband, cable and satellite services. The company also offers mobile financial services offerings to both service providers and financial institutions; end-to-end, carrier-grade big data analytic solutions, and advertising and media products and services for local marketing service providers, including directory publishers.
Amdocs maintains offices on 6 continents with support and development centers located worldwide, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, India, Ireland, Israel, the UK and the USA.
The company was founded in 1982 as an offshoot of Golden Pages, the Israeli phone directory company, which was owned by the Aurec Group headed by Morris Kahn. Together with others at Golden Pages, Kahn developed a billing software program for phone directory companies and with Boaz Dotan established a company called Aurec Information & Directory Systems to market this product. In 1985, Southwestern Bell Corporation acquired a 50 percent ownership share of Aurec Information, and its name was changed to Amdocs. Within two years, the Aurec Group sold off all its holdings in Amdocs for almost US$1 billion.
Between 1990 and 1995 Amdocs took its initial diversification steps, expanding first into the wireline telephone arena and then the mobile space. Over the years, Amdocs has continued to expand its product and services offerings, both organically and through a series of acquisitions, including Clarify, Cramer, Actix, Celcite and Comverse BSS assets. The company went public on the New York Stock Exchange in 1998, moving to the NASDAQ in 2014. 
- In 1982, Boaz Dotan became Amdocs' first President and CEO
- In 1995, Avi Naor replaced Boaz Dotan as President and CEO of Amdocs
- In 2002, Dov Baharav replaced Avi Naor as Amdocs' President and CEO.
- In November 2010, Eli Gelman replaced Dov Baharav as Amdocs' President and CEO.
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