BURLINGTON, MA (February 12, 2013) – Signiant, the market leader in intelligent file movement software for media and entertainment, today named Adam Feinzig as Chief Financial Officer. Based in Signiant’s Boston area headquarters, Feinzig brings more than two decades of financial and operational experience to Signiant’s senior leadership team.
Feinzig joins Signiant from Sermo, the largest online physician community in the U.S., where as CFO, he helped scale the digital media company across multiple channels and regions. Prior to this, Feinzig was vice president of finance at Gomez – an Internet infrastructure company – during the time when the rapidly growing SaaS company was in the SEC filing process to go public and was sold to Compuware in a highly successful transaction. A CPA by background, Feinzig held various senior leadership positions at Stratus Technologies and Notara earlier in his career, and also worked within PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Technology Industry Group.
Signiant’s software solutions are used by tens of thousands of users within the world’s top media and entertainment companies to deliver professional media and other massive files fast, easily and securely over private networks and the public Internet. The company’s product suite includes subscription-based Media Shuttle™ file sharing software delivered from the cloud; Media Exchange™, enabling unattended media deliveries to content suppliers via powerfully simple Web, mobile and desktop interfaces; and Managers+Agents™, optimized for accelerated batch file transfers, advanced resource management and workflow automation.
“With his expertise in company growth and evolving business models at venture-backed digital media organizations, Adam’s guidance will be extremely valuable to the company’s future growth plans and direction,” said Margaret Craig, Signiant CEO. “Adam brings an impressive breadth of experience that will have an impact on our operations today and well in the future. We’re thrilled to welcome him to our senior management team.”