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Global Rainmakers Appoints James M. Demitrieus as Chief Operating Officer
Date:9/21/2010

ons of unique users across a global scale. Global Rainmakers has worked with the Pentagon, the U.S. Air Force, and the Department of Homeland Security, as well as banking and financial services companies, such as Bank of America.

About Global Rainmakers, Inc.Global Rainmakers, Inc. (GRI) was established in Puerto Rico in 2005, as an intellectual property holding company with a world class R&D operation. Today, Global Rainmakers is revolutionizing the access control and identity management space focusing on developing next-generation systems and services for the public, commercial and consumer sectors. The global reliance upon electronic data and transactions has created an increasing need to secure identity and control access to physical locations, electronic networks and the devices that connect to them in order to combat the very costly threats of identity theft and fraud.  This new GRI paradigm unleashes a vastly different operating model where privacy, convenience and security are synonymous.Media Contacts:Sharron Silvers / Samantha WolfKCSA Strategic Communications(212) 896-1282 / (212) 896-1220ssilvers@kcsa.com / swolf@kcsa.com
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