Craig Douglass, President/C.E.O
Craig Douglass is President of Converging Systems Inc. He is responsible for the company's technical and strategic direction as well as focuses on the firm's sales and marketing efforts.
Prior to founding Converging Systems Inc., Craig Douglass formed the Computer Graphics Business Unit of Bell & Howell Company in 1983. Thereafter in 1984, he acquired a young start-up venture, Quintar Company, and in 1985 assisted in the buy-out of that division and integration of the two entities within Bell & Howell Company.
While at Quintar, Mr. Douglass was responsible for product development, product planning and sales and marketing management. In 1997, Mr. Douglass assisted in the reverse merger of Quintar Company with Splash Technology making Quintar a public entity. At Quintar, Mr. Douglass was responsible for a number of technology inventions including the first digital film recorder which produced film based output from digital (computer-based) input.
Mr. Douglass also partnered in the development of the first Adobe PostScript clone that came to market in the mid-80s and was also a major contributor to the first color corrected printer controller driving a (color) printer in the market.
Mr. Douglass has a total of 29 years of combined experience in developing and executing business strategies focusing on marketing, sales, engineering and financial issues. His technical experience with printing and imaging technologies, as well as with the development and deployment of interactive kiosk systems and user interface designs is extensive.
He holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Chicago, and an AB (Bachelor's) degree in Marketing and Economics from Dartmouth College.
Mr. Douglass is listed in various editions of Marquis Who's Who in America.