Marc Sherman founded QSGI in August 2001 and has served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since then. Mr. Sherman previously served as a director and Chief Executive Officer of Intellesale, Inc. (and its predecessor, Universal Commodities Corp.) from December 1994 to July 2001. Intellesale, Inc., was a company that purchased and sold large volumes of off-lease/off finance excess, used, refurbished and “as-is” computer equipment and related products, and provided technology asset management to companies wishing to maximize the value of their computer equipment coming to the end of its useful or book lives. Prior to 1994, Mr. Sherman served in key positions in various family businesses. Mr. Sherman has over twenty seven years of experience in marketing, operations and executive management.
Mr. William J. Barbera is a CPA licensed in Pennsylvania and founder of the firm, Barbera & Associates, PC. He has been in public practice for 20 years. He is a graduate of St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was a Board member of Access Services, a $24 million non-profit organization helping the mentally and physically handicapped for 6 years and was a member of their Audit committee. He has a diversified career in both corporate management and public practice. He enjoys helping small business entrepreneurs with their start-up phase and then providing the business council that helps them grow their businesses. His clients range from start-up to $20 million in sales. In addition to accounting services, he specializes in tax strategies, planning and preparation. His clients include manufacturers, service providers, medical & dental practices, professional athletes and many other corporate and personal clients. There is no family relationship between Mr. Barbera and any other officer or director of the Company and his company is not a parent, subsidiary, or other affiliate of the Company.
Mr. David K. Waldman is the president and founder of Crescendo Communications, LLC, a leading New York City-based investor relations firm. He has a long and successful track record working with publicly traded companies of all sizes and across a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, technology, industrial, financial, medical, and business services. He has built a reputation as a leading expert on communications best practices and has developed an extensive network on Wall Street. He has provided communications counsel to senior members of management across a wide range of issues, including M&A, management changes, earnings surprises, crisis communications, Reg-FD disclosure, etc. Prior to founding Crescendo Communications, Mr. Waldman served as vice president at a leading New York City based investor relations firm, as well as two other premier investor relations firms. Mr. Waldman also brings in-house IR experience having handled the investor relations for a multi-billion dollar satellite telecommunications company. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and Political Science from Northwestern University. There is no family relationship between Mr. Waldman and any other officer or director of the Company and his company is not a parent, subsidiary, or other affiliate of the Company.