Greg Stamatis Named President of E-commerce Stabilizer SignatureLink, Inc.
RIDGELAND, Miss., July 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — A decade after co-founding SignatureLink, Inc., Greg Stamatis has been promoted from Chief Operating Officer (COO) to president of the company. During Stamatis’ tenure at SignatureLink, the company has grown from a small technology start-up to become the leading ecommerce stabilizer. This is a well-deserved promotion for Mr. Stamatis and perfect timing considering the explosive growth of SignatureLink. As President, Mr. Stamatis’ first priority will be to concentrate on the company’s intellectual property. “Much of SignatureLink’s success,” says CEO Greg Wooten, “can be attributed to Stamatis’ leadership.”
Already a veteran of the high-tech industry when he co-founded SignatureLink, Stamatis began his career in 1978 at Drake Willock, the company that invented the portable dialysis machine. He worked his way into management there, and by 1988 Stamatis had become Vice President of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs of Hyperion Inc., an automated laboratory instrumentation OEM manufacturer.
While at Hyperion, Stamatis caught the attention of biotech start-up Micro Typing Systems, Inc. (MTS), and he joined that team in 1991. Under his watch, MTS became a multi-million-dollar company and a North American leader in blood banking reagents by 2002 and was subsequently acquired by SC Johnson Company subsidiary Ortho Diagnostics.
Along with his duties as COO, Stamatis has also served as Director of SignatureLink. The company’s patented biometric wet-signature-equivalent technology and patent-pending chargeback management solutions, along with its cloud-based Cybercrime Defender Platform via exclusive partnership with ThreatMetrix(TM), make SignatureLink SecureBuy(TM) a complete ESIGN- and UETA-compliant online payment fraud prevention solution. Stamatis has been integral in the development of the SecureBuy(TM) Suite, including SignatureLink CNPS(TM), the virtual electronic signature pad, and SignatureLink TransExam(TM) Chargeback Management System.
“From its inception, SignatureLink has been a pioneer in the field of cloud-based handwritten signature capture technology, including its innovative initiatives that will help stabilize e-commerce,” said Stamatis. “It has been a joy working in the trenches with many good people to get where we are today. I now look forward to this new position where I can focus on those strategic initiatives that will keep SignatureLink and its patented technologies at the forefront of the Electronic Data Network Transaction marketplace.”
About SignatureLink, Inc.
With its advanced online payment fraud and chargeback management solutions, SignatureLink, Inc. is the e-commerce stabilizer. The company’s products have allowed online merchants to accept legally binding electronic signatures since 2005. SignatureLink is led by Greg Wooten, a seasoned executive in the emerging technology and financial services industries. Recognized by industry leaders as an e-commerce pioneer and payment acceptance evangelist, Wooten has spoken extensively on the topics of business automation, payment processing, e-commerce and payment fraud prevention for AT&T, Nielson Media, US Financial Services Group, USDT Corporation and the Direct Marketing Association.
For more information, visit http://www.signaturelink.com.
This press release was issued through eReleases® Press Release Distribution. For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.
SOURCE SignatureLink, Inc.