Mark has extensive experience working with publicly-traded and privately-owned technology companies at all stages of growth, from pre-revenue start-up to post-IPO market leadership. As one of Control4’s longest tenured employees, Mark has provided consistent financial and accounting leadership to ensure a smooth transition to the reporting rigors associated with being a publicly-traded and growing company.
Prior to joining Control4 in 2004, Mark worked with Lineo, a market leader in embedded Linux products, tools and services, during its early growth period, participating in the acquisition of nine companies, the transition from product launch to revenue expansion, and the aggregation of a world-class Linux team working in nineteen offices located in eleven countries. Mark was serving as the Chief Financial Officer at Lineo when it was ultimately sold to Motorola.
Before working at Lineo, Mark served in various roles at i-Link, including Corporate Controller with primary responsibilities for consolidations and public reporting. Mark’s professional career began in public accounting at Coopers and Lybrand prior to its merger with and subsequent rebranding as PricewaterhouseCoopers. Mark served a variety of clients in various industries and left as a manager in their business assurances practice.
Mark is a Certified Public Accountant and received his Bachelor’s of Accounting from Brigham Young University in 1992.