FREDERICK, MD—Last month, MainSpring added a seasoned professional to their team: Andy Reiman. As a former CEO, Reiman brings 25 years of experience in helping businesses run predictably and efficiently with a variety of technologies, including systems management, software, automated testing tools, and enterprise information management software.

“Andy’s experience as a former business owner and IT executive adds a new layer of expertise to our consulting arm,” said MainSpring Chief Strategy Officer Ray Steen. “He understands first-hand how businesses today need to operate, beyond the day-to-day IT support functions. His experience in tying best practices to business initiatives supports the firm’s commitment to productivity and security.”

Reiman will take on the role of Senior Technology Advisor at MainSpring. In this role, he will meet with senior executives of small businesses, nonprofits and associations in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia areas to discuss technology and industry trends, and solutions to impact their organization’s productivity and security.

“I’m really excited to start this journey with MainSpring,” Reiman said. “I think my background in business and technology will help organization leaders in the DMV gain a new perspective of IT, which will allow them to become more productive and scalable.”

Prior to joining MainSpring, Reiman worked with Fortune 500 companies at the enterprise-level, served as a channel manager in the software development industry, and was instrumental in establishing HIPAA-compliant scanning centers in Northern Virginia. Reiman was twice named to the Bulldog 100 for fastest growing companies owned by a University of Georgia alumni.

About MainSpring

MainSpring, Inc. is an IT strategy and consulting firm that arms organizations with the strategy, tools and resources to impact their mission.

Founded in 1993, MainSpring is headquartered in Frederick, Md., with offices in Florida, Ohio, Washington and Wisconsin. The firm supports a wide range of clients including businesses, nonprofits and government agencies such as the Department of Defense.

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