Robert J. Moulton, Founder
President & CEO
Bobby has spent his career in the storage industry building global alliances, defining sales strategy and establishing brand name recognition for market leading products. As one of the company’s founders, Bobby draws from his significant years of executive leadership at Smart Storage and OTG, where his leadership in sales resulted in successful exits for each company.
Gary J. Lafreniere
Executive Vice President & COO
Gary oversees all corporate operations, as well as manages worldwide customer support and services. With almost two decades of experience in the storage business, Gary has successfully developed and implemented corporate processes for many emerging technology companies.
Adam D. Marcionek
Adam is responsible for the development and strategic technical direction of the Storfirst product lines. Adam has been a visionary in the industry for the last 10 years and has been instrumental in defining the key technologies needed to push the capabilities of highly scalable and adaptable file systems.
F. William Caple
Chairman of the Board
Bill Caple, a 20-year storage industry veteran, is the Chairman of Seven10. For the past five years, Bill has operated Caple Advisory Solutions, a management and technology growth strategies consulting practice. His areas of specialty are data storage, healthcare and biopharma technologies and processes, and green technologies. Prior to that, Bill was Managing Director/Partner of Corstone Capital, an international merchant bank focused on technology cross-investment opportunities primarily in the U.S. and Asia (mostly China and Korea). From 1995 to 2002, Bill served as the COO/Executive Vice President of OTG Software (formerly NASDAQ: OTGS) and was a member of OTG’s Board of Directors. Bill aided the company through venture capital funding and two successful public offerings, leading to the company’s sale for $403 million (EMC now owns all of OTG's technology). During Bill’s tenure at OTG, revenues grew from $5 – $85 million and the number of employees increased from 10-600. Prior to his entry into the data storage industry, Bill was a corporate attorney, working for high-profile law firms in Washington D.C.