CONTINUITY, CAPABILITY, AND QUALITY— IN A FUTURE-PROOF CONTAINER.™
Powerful Kiosk Designs. Sophisticated Approach.
ZIVELO is a public computing technology company that offers self-service kiosk and digital signage solutions. Founded in 2008, ZIVELO has rapidly grown to become the leading self-service technology brand by offering a sleek and sophisticated product design and an intuitive user experience. ZIVELO solutions have been utilized across multiple industries including healthcare, retail, transportation and business administration, for clients ranging from the Fortune 100 to nearly every branch of the US Government.
ZIVELO is ranked on the Inc. 500|5000 list as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. and the third fastest growing computer hardware company. ZIVELO was recognized by Forbes, the Huffington Post, and Mashable for its business growth and its environmental sustainability initiatives.
A Heritage of Innovation
ZIVELO is an entrepreneurial growth enterprise that has always embodied the spirit of innovation and continuous improvement. With the ever-changing nature of the technology landscape, it can be difficult for businesses to keep up with the rapidly evolving demands of consumers for convenient options to interact with them. ZIVELO’s goal is to stay ahead of the curve rather than be limited by the way that B2B technology is “supposed to be.” As a public computing pioneer that has retained its entrepreneurial approach, ZIVELO has always broken barriers and will continue to dedicate resources to doing so.Download Our Corporate Brochure
ZIVELO™ is committed to reversing our carbon footprint by planting 3 trees for every kiosk that we sell. We have also introduced one of the first solar-powered kiosks to North America.
MOTIVATED BY PURPOSE
Philanthropy is a core principle of ZIVELO, which is why we created the ZIVELO Foundation. The foundation supports relief efforts worldwide and is constantly looking for ways to support social, economic, and environmental growth both domestically and internationally.
DRIVEN BY SUSTAINABILITY
Our efforts include planting trees with each client order to offset the carbon footprint of our products, and to make more enjoyable public spaces. Additionally, we donate proceeds from our product sales to a variety of relief funds. Our contributions have supported local and national charities dedicated to mitigating long-term despair in economically disadvantaged communities, and have been contributed in support of disaster relief worldwide.
In addition, economically and socially disadvantaged communities are able to get significant discounts through the ZIVELO Foundation on products to support their missions. Some of the ZIVELO Foundation’s initiatives include:
- Tree Planting to Offset Our Carbon Footprint
- Rice Donation for Those in Need
- Significant Product Discounts for Non-Profit Organizations
- Contributing to United States and International Disaster Relief Efforts
- Contributions to Doctors Without Borders
- Donations to Hefer International
Executive Chairman of the Board / Founder
Ziver recognized the industry’s need for an entirely new approach and product platform and founded the company in 2008. He is the primary visionary behind ZIVELO’s product design philosophy and its distinctive design-forward customer engagement model. He brings a unique perspective to ZIVELO based upon his experience in the kiosk industry since the age of 19.
Healey Cypher (yes, that’s his real name) is the CEO of ZIVELO after the merger of Oak Labs, where he was CEO/Founder. He served as Head of Retail Innovation team and Chief of Staff to the CTO at eBay Inc. after the acquisition of milo.com where he was VP, Business Development. He has been recognized as Silicon Valley Business Journal’s “40 under 40,” WWD’s “Ten of Tomorrow,” and was awarded as one of Goldman Sach’s “Top 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs.”
He is an alumnus of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and from Nebraska, but spent the majority of his early life in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. #standard
Chris was previously president of SpeedFam Corp., a high technology semiconductor equipment company that under his leadership grew from 50 people to over 600 and a successful NASDAQ IPO. He was later president of Isola Corp., the largest US printed circuit board materials manufacturer. Most recently he has worked in technology M&A and closed acquisitions with ARM, Gemalto, Google, Intel, Oracle, Seiko Epson, Symantec, TPG and others. He completed a BS in Computer Systems Engineering at ASU and the Executive Management Program at Stanford University.
Chief Financial Officer
John has over 20 years of experience in financial leadership, consulting and banking. He has served as CFO for a variety of companies including two private equity backed technology companies. Earlier in his career, he worked for Alvarez & Marsal and KPMG among others. His background includes optimizing financial performance, raising debt and equity capital, integrating acquisitions and strategic planning. John holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a BBA from the University of Iowa, a CPA and serves on the board of directors of two companies.
Chief Business Development Officer
Kris brings over 15 years of executive level leadership in supply chain and operations positions. Kris was most recently the Director of US IT Supplier Management for McDonald’s. Kris has also held senior positions at Discover and Arthur Andersen. He holds an MBA from the University of Phoenix and a BA in Psychology from Northern Illinois University.
Edward J. Smith was formerly President of Electronics Marketing Americas at Avnet Inc. and Avnet Embedded from 2009 to 2016. Prior to that, he served as Senior Vice President of Sales at Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas dating back to 2004. In addition, he has over twenty years of experience in various managerial roles in the electronics sales and distribution industry.
Chris Camacho serves as Executive Vice President of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC). He oversees GPEC’s business development efforts with particular expertise in renewable energy, emerging technology, international economic development, and tax policy. He manages the domestic and international strategies in attracting new industry to the market.
Mark is a serial technology entrepreneur who has successfully founded and co-founded several successful companies, including Tech Round, Mobile Post Production, and Ketsujin Studios. Mark has also served as the CTO at Electronic Arts Interactive, Circadence, and VR-1.
Marco Lopez is currently President of Intermestic Partners which focuses on market access, growth, strategy, and execution. He is also a Senior Advisor to Carlos Slim, Chairman of Grupo Carso. Marco was formerly Chief of Staff to the US Customs and Border Protection agency, Director of the Arizona Department of Commerce, Senior Advisor to the Governor of Arizona, and Mayor of Nogales, AZ.
Brandon serves as Chief Legal Officer for Sprouts Farmers Market, where he leads HR, Risk, Legal, and Corporate Responsibility. Brandon also led Sprouts’ material acquisitions, debt financings, initial public offering and multiple secondary offerings, as well as board governance. Prior to joining Sprouts, Brandon was a securities attorney at Greenberg Traurig, LLP for ten years.