Montra was founded by industry experts with decades of strategic and technical leadership. Our experience in the industry has created our core belief that managing your IT infrastructure shouldn’t take all your time and energy. That is why we strive to eliminate the tasks that managing and maintaining modern technologies requires.

Scott has more than 20 years of experience in successfully building and selling companies that develop products in the IT infrastructure and media technology industries. His exits include Concurrent Computer, a microcap provider of real-time OS and video delivery software; Senoia Systems, a provider of cloud migration solutions; Asankya Networks, a WAN Optimization software developer, and Elastic Networks, an IPO in the DSL market. Additionally, Scott’s leadership experience includes running successful teams at storage leader, EMC; networking leader, Nortel Networks; and consulting innovator, North Highland. Mr. Ryan has a bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Vanderbilt University.

Matthew has more than 20 years of experience in IT Consulting and Management. He has built and successfully exited multiple MSPs and has deep technical operations experience.  His previous company was named INC 500’s 260th fastest-growing private firm in America and the 12th in Atlanta with a three-year sales growth of 1,531%. Currently, Matthew serves as the COO of Montra Solutions.

Jim has over 20 years of systems architecture, development, implementation, and consulting experience. His project experience spans across a wide range of technology stacks and enterprise-scale from firmware, scripting & services, thick/thin clients, on-premises and cloud-based servers, integration API services, monitoring, and automation. He has a successful record of implementing solutions that achieve the overall business objectives and empowering the end-user. Jim also contributes to open source projects. His typical go-to stacks (today) include Docker, Kubernetes, .NET / C#, Node.js, CLI’s, Angular, Vue, SQL & No-SQL, CI/CD pipelines, Terraform, Ansible, and leveraging cloud-based services and open source as appropriate.