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Bank of America VP Geoffrey Adamson Joins Vitrium Systems Board of Director

Nov 2, 2005 12:00:01 PM

e-Commerce VP of Preeminent U.S. Company Brings Deep Understanding of Consumer and Business Technology Adoption

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada — November 2, 2005 — Vitrium Systems, a provider of digital rights management technology and the maker of the Protectedpdf™ product suite, today announced that Geoffrey Adamson, Vice President of e-Commerce at Bank of America, has joined the company's board of directors.
A 15+ year financial services industry veteran, Adamson has an intimate knowledge of what makes the promise of e-commerce reality. In his role at Bank of America he has helped one of the largest and best-known brands in the world implement e-commerce technology and realize its profitability with more than 15 million customers now online. Adamson has been part of the team that has driven the transition to electronic documents and established Bank of America as the world's number one online financial service.
Adamson came to Bank of America from Stanford Business School. At Stanford he worked with business and academic leaders in Internet technology and financial services building an understanding of patterns of adoption.
"With our Protectedpdf™ suite Vitrium Systems is working to establish a trusted brand for document protection and monitoring," explains Narayan Sainaney, President and CTO of Vitrium Systems. "Geoff knows a lot about what it takes to maintain a trusted brand. He also brings us unparalleled perspective into how consumers and businesspeople adopt and use software and web technology in general and electronic documents in particular. We're very pleased to have him on our board."
"Electronic business documents like PDFs may now be ubiquitous, but in many ways they haven't been meeting the average user's needs," says Adamson. "I'm excited to be involved with a company that is changing that, and look forward to working with Narayan and his very talented team."
About Vitrium Systems
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Vitrium Systems is a private company specializing in document protection through their protectedpdf™ platform, the world's first on-demand self-publishing platform. For more information about Vitrium and its products, visit our website at