Located in Atlanta, GA, W9manager’s mission is to help companies comply with increasingly complex information reporting regulations. Specifically, the process of requesting a W-9 form from every vendor and then determining what vendor payments have to be reported to the IRS on a 1099 form. We are driven by a passion to automate the entire W-9/1099 process from vendor on-boarding through 1099 processing. And we provide an affordable solution that can be used by all companies, not just the Fortune 500.
John Croyle, MBA, CPA
Founder, Rockwater Technology
Prior to founding Rockwater, John was a controller for several companies including Enterprise Rent-A-Car, eFolder and Urban Expositions. Enterprise, with its ownership of Alamo/National is a $21 billion international auto rental company. Both eFolder and Urban are private equity backed companies, with eFolder focused on technology and Urban on managing tradeshows.
While working each of these roles, John became increasingly frustrated with the manual process of requesting W-9s, managing and storing them, and determining if vendor payments were reportable. In addition, 1099 forms still had to be mailed to all vendors in a day when everything is delivered electronically. Pulling on a strong technical and tax background, W9manager was born.
Chief Technology Officer
Sean is a passionate technology leader with 22 years of experience in the software development industry, holding leadership positions with Greenway Health, MYidealDOCTOR, NextGen Healthcare, and LexisNexis Risk Solutions. His experience in the risk and healthcare industries relating to the compliance requirements of HIPAA and other government regulations brings a strong focus on security and compliance to W9manager. Sean also has a history of innovation that has allowed companies to evolve with the ever-changing technical landscape in order to stay competitive and achieve their strategic goals.
Cary has 20 years of experience as a software engineering professional. He has served as Development Manager and Lead Developer while resurrecting an integration project by revamping technology used to integrate thirteen database systems. His talent for communicating highly technical details to people who do not “speak the language” has allowed him to effectively work with a variety of people with differing backgrounds. He has worked with over 200 clients of varying sizes and complexity to manage their technology needs and desires.
Customer Support Manager
Naomi is passionate about providing our users with the best experience possible. Her background in previous customer service roles with Fortune Global 500 giant, Siemens, as well as AvalonBay Communities brings a wealth of expertise to W9manager. Naomi has an innate ability to understand the needs of users and works tirelessly to quickly resolve issues and provide training as needed. She always exceeds user expectations!
Bob is a successful Atlanta-based serial entrepreneur in the enterprise software. He spent 25 years in the field of risk management software, becoming the leading authority on risk management technology.
Most recently, he co-founded Riskonnect in July 2007 to develop and market comprehensive software solutions addressing strategic and traditional, insurable risk management. Riskonnect was the first company in the world to build exclusively on the Force.com platform, provided by Salesforce.com. In June of 2017, Riskonnect was acquired by Thoma Bravo.
George is a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of eFolder. eFolder is a leading supplier of cloud data protection, business continuity and cloud file sync solutions for MSPs, cloud service providers, system integrators, and VARs. Delivered as wholesale services to the channel, eFolder enables its partners to provide branded data protection and file sync services and to generate highly profitable recurring revenue.
Advanced Technology Development Center at Georgia Tech
W9manager is one of the select companies included in the Accelerate program with the ATDC at Georgia Tech. Founded in 1980, the ATDC has developed a global reputation for fostering technology entrepreneurship. Forbes has twice named the ATDC to its list of “Incubators Changing the World,” alongside Y Combinator and the Palo Alto Research Center. Georgia ATDC companies have generated over $12 billion in revenue.