DIGITOME MANAGEMENT TEAM
Donald R. Twyman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Donald Twyman is responsible for developing and maintaining the Company’s vision, and helping to ensure viability of future technology. He oversees all areas of the Company, including research and development, marketing and sales and financial matters. One of his primary duties will be to enhance Digitome’s business opportunities and strategic alliances with other organizations. Mr. Twyman has primary responsibility to plan and establish policies and objectives of the Corporation. He personally oversees the program of strategic technology inventions and upgrades.
Mr. Twyman has over 25 years experience in corporate management, including the manufacturing, nonprofit, and service sectors, and significant experience in every facet of computer operations from systems development to management of software programming.
Mr. Twyman has almost two decades as a president, director, treasurer, and corporate secretary of several small, profitable businesses. He was a director of First Citizens of Troy Bank for eight years. He became special assistant to the president of the New York Blood Center during the the AIDS crisis and helped manage its successful response for protecting the blood supply. He was director of management information services for the Los Angeles Red Cross for five years, charged with setting up the computer systems for the Red Cross blood programs.
He began working in variable depth volumetric imaging in 1975 when a company he led obtained the patent rights of what has become Digitome® from the original inventor. As the founder and Chairman of Digitome Corporation, Mr. Twyman has been instrumental in taking the technology from its research phase to its present product commercialization stage.
Mr. Twyman was president of Industrial Dynamics, a manufacturing company in Mooresville, North Carolina, up until divestiture via asset sale by the parent company, Industrial Components, Inc., in June 2005. Mr. Twyman has exceptional expertise in many areas critical to Digitome Corporation. He has proven abilities in establishing and managing small companies, developing new technologies, strategic business planning, financial management, computer hardware and software development, and patent protection.
Lionell K. Griffith, Chief Systems Architect
Mr. Griffith has been a computer professional since 1966. Using HP workstation, Unix, DOS, MS Windows, MS Windows 95, 98, NT and XP operating systems and Pascal, C, and C++, 8programming languages, Lionell designed, developed, programmed, tested and documented the following software: Touch screen graphical user interface video display system, Real-time Fire Control System, Real-time instrument panel simulator, Job Shop Cost Tracking System, Computed Tomography Image processing system, Out-the-Window and global track map real- time graphics displays for flight research simulators, Aircraft specific Out-the-Window graphics overlay software for F15, F16, F18, and X31 HUD's, Real-time frame based data analytical tool, text editor, and database editor using C-Unix-Motif-X11, a 68000 workstation and PC based touch-interactive demonstration software presented by Hewlett-Packard at the 1984 Olympics, in Los Angeles, at the 1986 Worlds Fair in Vancouver, Canada, at the Technology Center in Palo Alto, and at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC.
Beginning in 1989, Mr. Griffith developed the Digitome® Software. Lionell is the inventor on 7 key U.S. Patents, one Japanese Patent, and 1 U.S. Provisional Patent Application. These are all assigned to Digitome Corporation. He also developed a graphics user interface, a set of Image manipulation and processing tools, and Image IO driver software for that application.
J. William Dryden, Vice President Operations
Mr. Dryden excels in operations and services management with the important linking to achievement of financial objectives. Previously, he was Chief Operating Officer for a software development company that grew from a 13-person company to over 75 employees in one year, for which he was responsible for all of the associated infrastructure and consulting operations support, including project management and web-enabled billable time reporting. He has managed projects through the complete cycle from pre-sales to design, implementation, training and on-going support.
Mr. Dryden has a wide diversity of industry experience. Complementing recent positions in computer systems services, he has worked in direct mail advertising, consumer-packaged goods and chemicals. In addition, he has taught Business Forecasting at the MBA level.
Mr. Dryden was Vice President, Applications Practice, for Inacom Professional Services, a $350 million services division of Inacom Corporation, a $4.5 billion computer systems company. Prior to that, he was responsible for the New York metropolitan area business unit as Area Principal. In the predecessor organization, he ran the Imaging and Document Management practice, doing selling as well as fulfillment and project management in complex projects involving custom database applications integrated with imaging and document management.
Mr. Dryden holds an MBA from the Amos Tuck School and a SB in Chemical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.