As fellow entrepreneurs, we recognize what you've built. You've sacrificed unconditionally and logged thousands of hours to create a valuable business that will thrive under new ownership. It's our job to identify buyers who will satisfy the economic building blocks of a deal, honor their commitments, and provide an environment for you and your employees to continue prospering.
It's said that leadership isn't about titles, positions, or flow charts. It's about one person guiding another. At IT ExchangeNet, we guide sellers through a process backed by proven results. Lead by an entrepreneur who has founded, acquired, and sold three technology businesses during the last 25 years, IT ExchangeNet's leadership team has the subject matter expertise to connect qualified buyers with middle-market clients seeking the sale of their IT-enabled businesses.
Throughout the last 20 years, clients have described our team as trusted, strategic, persistent dedicated, experienced, savvy, flexible, disciplined, thorough, and communicative.
We couldn't be more proud.
President & Founder
Tim leads all strategic growth initiatives for IT ExchangeNet.
Prior, he was a principal with martinwolf, one of world's leading IT advisory firms. From 2005 - 2011, Tim was CEO of Phylogy, a Silicon Valley tech startup offering groundbreaking broadband technology to telephone carriers around the world. By 2010, Phylogy was ranked 243rd on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in the United States. The company was acquired by Actelis Networks in March 2011.
In the early 90s, Tim capitalized on the Internet's growing commercial applications as co-founder and CEO of Vantage One Communications, where he and his team accomplished numerous "firsts" by uniting non-linear communications with the untapped muscle of the worldwide web. While at Vantage One, he was named Entrepreneur of the Year by USA TODAY / NASDAQ / Ernst & Young and received the Pillar Award for community service from the Small Business Network. After expanding his firm nationally, martinwolf sold Vantage One in November 1999.
In between Vantage One and Phylogy, Tim turned to public service as Cleveland, Ohio's Deputy Mayor / Chief Development Officer, leading initiatives in city planning, building and housing, and economic development that resulted in over $1 billion of development throughout the region.
A life-long musician, Tim serves on the Boards of the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame & Museum (where he Chairs its Technology Committee), DigitalC (a civic tech collaboration in Northeast Ohio), and Union Home Mortgage. He holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Dayton.
Amanda leads seller relations as Marketplace Director and manages all operations for IT ExchangeNet. In addition, Amanda is also the Executive Assistant to IT ExchangeNet's CEO Tim Mueller.
Prior to joining IT ExchangeNet, Amanda worked at The Riverside Company, a private equity firm with more than $7 billion in assets under management. There, she supported 15 private equity professionals on the Micro-Cap team. Before joining Riverside, Amanda managed and supported legal cases and operations for 10 years at the offices of a Cleveland-area law firm. During that time, her work was comprised of on-the-clock professional client services, managing multi-million dollar settlements.
In her community, Amanda serves as the Treasurer to Sister2Sister, a non-profit organization that supports homeless women in the City of Cleveland. Her strong managerial and operational skills have helped Sister2Sister accomplish its financial goals and organizational objectives.
Prior to her current position, Madeline served 3 years as Director of New Business Development for IT ExchangeNet. Expanding the market with dedicated R&D, establishing new processes, and effectuating positive change throughout IT ExchangeNet's brand identity landed her the critical role of Managing Director.
Previously, Madeline was the Director of Business Development at Cleveland SCENE Magazine, and also worked as the Sales & Business Development Manager at Omni Media, Inc, both in Cleveland, Ohio. With experience in marketing, media, networking, and mobilizing community, Madeline founded JCLE in 2010, a nonprofit program through the Cleveland Hillel Foundation. JCLE served as a platform in the Cleveland community, hitting a 10-year mark celebrating unique opportunities for young professionals and graduate students in the area.
Madeline formerly sat on the Jewish Big Brother Big Sister Association of Cleveland's Advisory Board of Bellefaire JCB. Madeline chaired JBBBSA's Strategic Growth Initiative, and co-chaired their annual event, Bowl for Kid's Sake.
Madeline was selected among a handful of innovative social entrepreneurs during her time in Jerusalem, Israel, as a Global PresenTense Fellow in 2010. In 2011, she worked as a consultant and event planner to tech start-ups in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Colin is responsible for furthering IT ExchangeNet’s marketing, communications and brand identity efforts through a variety of platforms.
Prior to joining IT ExchangeNet in 2021, Colin worked in NCAA Division I Athletics and the National Basketball Association. After spending four years as an intern doing everything from communications to sponsorship with University of Dayton Athletics, Colin accepted a position as the communications assistant for the Atlanta Hawks. While with the Hawks Colin handled the media needs of the team and front office as well as coordinating with visiting team travel parties and national media. Most recently, Colin was the Director of Corporate Partnerships for Duquesne University Athletics where he was tasked with maximizing revenue through partnerships, individual donors and premium seating.
Colin is a graduate of the University of Dayton (B.S.) and Duquesne University (M.B.A).
Amol Rathi has vast experience in the areas of investment research, strategy formulation, business management related consultancy.
Before joining ITX, Amol was director at Transact Global Mergers and Acquisition, a Los Angeles based investment bank. Transact was focused on Indo-US transaction in technology space and Amol was spearheading Transact's India operations for five years. Prior to that, Amol was Vice President at Gulf Equity, Los Angeles based business consulting firm.
Previously, Amol was working as an AVP for Copal Partners, Delhi based investment bank. He also worked at SG Analytics, a Pune based equity research and transaction services company for three years. Previously, Amol was an Investment Consultant for Motilal Oswal Securities Ltd. He was one of the founding members of the Commodity Desk in Pune region.
More recently, Amol has been involved in fundraising and M&A consulting for private as well as public companies globally.
Amol has expertise in various stages of transaction from screening to overlooking due diligence, managing expectations of all stake holders and finally negotiation in the area of M&A advisory. He has a BS in General Science and holds an MBA with major in Finance from University of Pune. Amol resides in Pune, India.
Patrick is responsible for the origination of new clients, analyzing business performance, as well as performing company and industry analyses. Since joining the firm during his senior year in college, he has supported strategic transactions across the IT space.
In addition to martinwolf and ITX, Patrick is a Principal and Board Member at Wales Financial Group. There, he heads the firm’s expansion into different markets and industries. He advised on deals with Fortune 500 companies and foreign governments, and leads Wales Financial Group’s real estate development initiatives.
Patrick obtained his B.S. in Finance from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University in 2020.
Matthew leads all operations for IT ExchangeNet.
Also a Vice President at martinwolf, Matthew has advised in both buy- and sell-side transactions across multiple countries, often leading the day-to-day transaction process. He has worked with a range of clients both public and private including Fortune 500 firms, global solution providers and recognized software and services leaders—particularly in the managed services space and the Microsoft partner ecosystem. In addition to managing M&A transactions, Matthew led various initiatives to strengthen the martinwolf brand.
Previous transactions include CSC (now DXC)’s acquisition of eBECS, Buchanan Technologies’ investment by Lightview Capital, and the combination of Grade A Technologies and Convergence Networks in partnership with Riverside Partners.
He is a FINRA-registered broker and currently an M.B.A. candidate at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Matthew also holds a B.A. with Honors in History with a concentration in Economic History from Berkeley.