Nov 29th, 2011
Craig Robinson to continue COO role in addition to accepting new responsibilities
SAN ANTONIO - GlobalSCAPE, Inc. (NYSE Amex: GSB), a leading developer of secure information exchange solutions for businesses and consumers, today announced that Chief Operating Officer Craig Robinson has been promoted to company president, effective immediately. He will retain his role as COO and will continue to report directly to CEO Jim Morris.
"Having known and worked with Craig for close to 20 years, his promotion comes as little surprise to the team given his experience and background," says Morris. "The decision to expand his role reflects the confidence we all have in his ability to work across the organization as we continue to lead GlobalSCAPE's strategic growth."
Robinson joined GlobalSCAPE in 2008 after 20 years in the technology industry, including executive positions at Symantec, AXENT Technologies, and META Security Group. Before GlobalSCAPE, Robinson served as the general manager of Synteras.
"The last few years have seen GlobalSCAPE achieve significant levels of growth," says Robinson. "We have a highly capable executive team and great talent throughout the company. I look forward to continued collaboration with Jim and the whole GlobalSCAPE team as we continue to reach new heights."
GlobalSCAPE, Inc. (NYSE Amex: GSB), headquartered in San Antonio, TX, is a leading provider of secure information exchange solutions. Since the release of CuteFTP in 1996, GlobalSCAPE's solutions have continued to evolve to meet the business and technology needs of an increasingly interconnected global marketplace. Serving a customer base that spans more than 150 countries and includes the majority of Fortune 100 companies, GlobalSCAPE's primary focus is providing customers with intuitive and efficient managed file transfer (MFT) solutions while also ensuring end-to-end security. For more information, visit GlobalSCAPE, or subscribe to our Blog or Twitter updates.
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