PDFTron, the world's leading cross-platform PDF SDK for building world-class document experiences, today announced that its CEO, Catherine Andersz, has been elected to the PDF Association Board of Directors.

As co-founder of PDFTron, Catherine Andersz has nearly two decades of experience working at the intersection of business and PDF technology, giving her a unique perspective on the PDF landscape. Having worked alongside the developers, business partners, and end users of many of the most exciting industry innovations in the past decade, she is passionate about pushing the boundaries of the PDF format, while improving the adoption of open standards.

Catherine Andersz joins ten other PDF industry leaders. "Our new board has extensive marketing know-how..." said Thomas Zellmann, Managing Director of the PDF Association. "With this expanded marketing and technological expertise, we look forward to continuing to promote PDF applications for digital documents."

"The PDF Association serves an invaluable role in promoting open standards-based electronic document implementations using PDF technology - from education through to holding the most popular PDF events," says Catherine Andersz. "The PDF Association is truly the voice of open standards, and they have made great strides since their founding in 2006 to promote PDF across industries. With more work ahead, I'm excited to be part of this next chapter in their efforts to promote and advance the standard to address current and future needs, and to be on the board of such a dedicated group."

For more details on the PDF Association Board of Directors, visit http://www.pdfa.org/pdf-association/board/

About the PDF Association
First established as the PDF/A Competence Center in 2006, today, the PDF Association is an international organization promoting awareness and adoption of open standards in digital document applications using PDF technology. The association facilitates education, networking and communication, and the sharing of expertise and experience with interested parties worldwide. The current membership includes over 110 enterprises and numerous individual subject-matter experts from more than 20 countries.