Atrium Innovations Inc., a globally recognized leader in the development, manufacturing, and commercialization of innovative, science-based dietary supplements, released its 2011 revenue results. For the fiscal year ended December 31, 2011, Atrium recorded revenues of $414.7 million representing an increase of 16.3% compared to revenues of $356.6 million in 2010. This increase is mainly attributable to the acquisition of Seroyal, as well as to organic growth of North American branded business and to the favorable impact of exchange rates. “2011 proved to be a year of important changes for Atrium. After completing a series of strategic acquisitions in the last few years, the time was right to alter our management structure and thereby optimize our business platform with increased emphasis on organic growth. We appointed a Head of Operations in both North America and Europe, and welcomed new corporate executives. This team will provide us with a structure precisely tailored to maximize our synergies and build an effective platform. Atrium’s new ERP system implementation will be central to the new platform in North America. In this era of enhanced regulation, Atrium is advantageously positioned to reap the benefits of an industry which is increasingly gaining legitimacy and credibility,” said President and Chief Executive Officer, Pierre Fitzgibbon.