SAN JOSE, Calif.-- Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced Gerri Martin-Flickinger has been named senior vice president and chief information officer. Martin-Flickinger was previously CIO of VeriSign.
Reporting to Mark Garrett, Adobe's executive vice president and chief financial officer, Martin-Flickinger will oversee Adobe's global Information Services team, providing strategic direction and management for the company's IS infrastructure worldwide.
"Gerri's more than 20 years of IS experience and expertise in leading large-scale global IS organizations will be a great asset as Adobe continues to scale its systems and infrastructure with the company's growth," said Garrett.
Martin-Flickinger joined VeriSign, Inc. in 2005 where she oversaw corporate information technology services for the company's 60 offices worldwide. Prior to joining VeriSign, Martin-Flickinger served as CIO for Network Associates, Inc. and McAfee Associates, Inc. Before joining McAfee in 1997, Martin-Flickinger held several senior systems roles at Chevron Corporation, including serving as process consultant to Chevron's executive staff.
Martin-Flickinger holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Washington State University.
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