SOURCE: Liquid Machines

June 12, 2007 09:00 ET

Jeannie Vineyard Joins Liquid Machines as Vice President of Engineering

Brings More Than 25 Years of Experience in Software Development to Leading Enterprise Rights Management Software Company

WALTHAM, MA--(Marketwire - June 12, 2007) - Liquid Machines, Inc., the leader in Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) solutions, today announced that it has named Jeannie Vineyard its new vice president of engineering. Vineyard brings more than 25 years of software development, outsourcing and quality assurance management experience to Liquid Machines. In her new role, Vineyard will have broad technical and managerial responsibility for all of the company's engineering and information technology operations.

Most recently, Vineyard was the vice president of quality and outsourcing for data center virtualization company Egenera, where she led the company's testing and quality assurance operations and oversaw its outsourcing initiatives. At Liquid Machines, Vineyard will develop and execute on the company's product development strategy, helping the company to expand upon its enterprise rights management products and services already in use at Global 1000 organizations today.

"With the growing threat of data loss and increasing costs of compliance, protecting access to and controlling usage of electronic information is one of today's biggest business challenges," said Jeannie Vineyard, vice president of engineering at Liquid Machines. "I am excited to join the enterprise rights management leader and am looking forward to working with the world-class engineering team Liquid Machines has assembled as we continue to expand our innovative portfolio of products and services."

"I am extremely pleased to have Jeannie join our team," stated Mike Ruffolo, CEO of Liquid Machines. "Her tenure in the software industry, along with her unique understanding of enterprise infrastructure and outsourcing will be great assets to our organization as we continue to grow Liquid Machines. Through Jeannie's leadership, our customers will continue to benefit from the most innovative and experienced product engineering team in the security industry today."

Vineyard started her career at Raytheon Systems and has held technical management positions at companies such as Kana Communications, Novasoft, OpenVision Technologies, Cognex Corporation, Cayman Systems and Prime Computer, overseeing the development of various operating systems, networking systems, image processing operations and enterprise-scale Web-based applications. Vineyard is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science.

About Liquid Machines

Liquid Machines is the leading provider of Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) solutions that persistently protect critical business content and audit usage while enabling collaboration. Liquid Machines' Document Control and Email Control solutions allow companies in the consulting, financial services, government, manufacturing and healthcare industries to share information securely, within any application, wherever it goes, throughout its lifecycle. Liquid Machines ERM solutions help enterprises satisfy today's ever-increasing information security regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, NASD 2711, HIPAA and others, as well as implement and practice internal mandates for intellectual property security, product version control, or clinical data protection.

Based in Waltham, Massachusetts, Liquid Machines is privately held and is backed by Atlas Venture, Masthead Venture Partners, Goldman Sachs & Co. and Draper Fisher Jurvetson. For more information on the company and our vision for The Freedom of Security™, visit us at

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