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MacStadium's Michael Landreth named CFO of the Year

The Atlanta Business Chronicle announced today that MacStadium Co-founder and Chief Financial Officer, Michael Landreth, has been named CFO of the Year in the small, private company category.

“Michael Landreth is a phenomenal CFO, and I know we’re all happy he’s received the recognition we know he deserves,” said Greg McGraw, MacStadium’s CEO. “Michael has been a pivotal part of the organization since MacStadium’s inception, and Michael has helped MacStadium grow over the last eight years. As CFO, Michael has been the financial engineer of the company as it achieved growth and profitability.”

During his tenure, Michael has built a finance team from the ground up and helped MacStadium add 90+ employees. He has continued to drive performance at the highest levels, starting with the finance team – improving financial statements from a regional firm review to a regional firm audit to a Big 4 audit.

Outside of the office, Michael continues to work on his life-long passion for coaching and mentoring youth baseball players in his community.

About MacStadium
MacStadium provides private cloud solutions built on Apple Mac infrastructure to organizations around the world. Powered by MacStadium, Orka (Orchestration with Kubernetes on Apple) is the only virtualization layer available for Mac build infrastructure based on Docker and Kubernetes technology. MacStadium, a Summit Partners portfolio company, is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with growing operations in Las Vegas, Silicon Valley, Dublin, Ireland, and Frankfurt, Germany. Learn more at https://www.macstadium.com or on Twitter @macstadium.

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