Mainline was on the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States for five years in a row; for three years the company ranked in the top 25.
Today Mainline employs more than 500 people and has offices throughout the United States and in Brazil.
Under McCarthy’s leadership, Mainline has expanded its focus, primarily a hardware reseller, toward IT solutions such as business analytics and he has retooled Mainline’s professional services division. Strategically, he has worked on a multi-year plan to transform Mainline from a strictly IBM HW reseller to a true technology integrator that understands a varied client environment.
Prior to joining Mainline, John served in executive management positions with EMC, StorageApps, CNT, McData and Virtual Iron.
Prior to joining Mainline, Joe was the VP of Finance for Tui Marine, which is a division of TUI Travel, one of the world’s largest leisure travel companies. Joe also spent several years each at e-Security, as CFO, and PricewaterhouseCoopers, as an Audit Manager.
Bill held several executive level positions at Mainline including establishing the x86 division. Within seven years, Bill grew that business from $1M to $100M in hardware, software and services.
Before joining Mainline, Bill was Director of Sales at Adaptec, where he doubled revenue and turned IBM into Adaptec’s largest customer by expanding the products sold and divisions of IBM sold to. Under Bill’s direction, Adaptec bought IBM’s ServRaid Division, which proved to be a significant growth engine for Adaptec. Bill began his career at IBM in Detroit.