As senior vice president and general manager of Acrobat and Document Services at Adobe, Kevin M. Lynch oversees product development and marketing for Adobe’s digital document solutions, including EchoSign, which Adobe acquired in 2011, Acrobat, Reader and Acrobat.com. Under Lynch’s leadership, Adobe Acrobat has grown to over a $750 million business and has been identified as the industry standard for working with PDF documents, which is among the most commonly used document format around the world. Lynch speaks at various conferences and events throughout the year on his vision for electronic documents, electronic signatures and web contracting. He recently led panel discussions at this year’s Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, CA and Corporate Executive Board Sales and Marketing Summit in Las Vegas, NV. Lynch joined Adobe in December 2005 as part of the company’s acquisition of Macromedia, Inc. He was vice president of e-learning and collaboration at Macromedia, responsible for overseeing the company’s e-learning and collaboration solutions. Prior to Macromedia, Lynch served as president and CEO of Presedia, Inc., a software developer of rapid e-learning solutions, which Macromedia acquired in January 2003. Lynch previously served as president and CEO of Kalyn Corporation, a software developer of web-based project management solutions. Before founding Kalyn Corporation, Lynch held management positions at Hal Computers and nCHIP, Inc. Lynch holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and graduated from Rice University with a BSEE, magna cum laude.