The past couple of years at MAXISIQ have been transformational based on Josh Montgomery’s steady hand and financial acumen. As a result of his team’s shared effort, the company experienced an increase in growth, profitability and cash-flow performance.
Montgomery likes to say that “details matter,” and that can be seen in his commitment to customer support, employee engagement and financial reporting.
Earlier this year, Montgomery led MAXISIQ’s sale of its Vulnerability Assessment Business to Millennium Corp The sale aligns with MAXISIQ’s rapid growth initiatives focused on leading-edge technologies and services within the federal government and intelligence community sectors.
“We’re pleased to find a great home for this business unit with Millennium,” Montgomery said. “They are industry leaders in cyber red teaming, and we know our cyber operators will be in great hands. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Millennium.”
For this year and the next, MAXISIQ and Montgomery’s team will be heavily focused on growth, both organic and inorganic. The company anticipates an exciting and transformational next few years. Montgomery said he is grateful to move forward with an outstanding team.
“Josh plays a key role as the leader of our finance team in our day-to-day operations and as a vital player in our drive toward MAXISIQ’s ambitious revenue growth,” said Trey Griffin, CEO and co-owner of MAXISIQ.