More NewsAdKnowledge Names Vice President of Business Development

AdKnowledge Names Vice President of Business Development

AdKnowledge in Palo Alto, CA, named Kevin Wandryk as vice president of business development.

AdKnowledge in Palo Alto, CA, named Kevin Wandryk as vice president of business development.

Wandryk brings extensive experience in acquisitions, mergers, intellectual property licensing and marketing of Internet products to AdKnowledge. He will be responsible for building relationships and strategic alliances with key partners for the company.

Wandryk spent the last 10 years at Adobe Systems Inc., where he held a variety of business development, product management and marketing management positions. In his most recent role as director of product management, Wandryk oversaw product activities for Adobe’s Internet Products Division. He also led the Adobe team in purchasing Ceneca and its Page Mill and Site Mill products.

Previously, as director of business development, Wandryk was responsible for building partnerships and programs to establish new markets for Adobe’s technologies. Before joining Adobe, Wandryk worked in marketing positions for Xerox, Digital Research Inc. and Hewlett-Packard.

AdKnowledge develops and markets a suite of Web advertising management products for advertisers and ad agencies. Products include: MarketMatch for Web media planning and campaign management; SmartBanner, an independent campaign placement and performance analysis service for marketers and ad agencies; and ClickWise, an onsite or outsourced ad management solution.

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