Gotham History 

Gotham Technology Group is a privately held company owned and managed by its five founding partners: Ira Silverman, CEO; Richard Silverman, Chairman; Adam Silverman, President; Ken Phelan, CTO; and Chris Passaretti, Sales Director. Before starting Gotham, the partners were all at FutureLink, a global ASP that had previously acquired Madison Technology Group, a company founded by Ira Silverman in 1991.  

On August 15, 2001, FutureLink succumbed to the dot com bust and closed its doors. Gotham was founded the very next day.  

Gotham took up residence in New York City in August 2001 and established its corporate headquarters in Montvale, NJ in 2002. With the addition of offices in Shelton, CT (2005), and Philadelphia (2013), Gotham now operates throughout the corridor from Hartford, CT to Washington, DC, serving customers based throughout the Northeast United States; and provides goods and services across the globe. 

You may have noticed that the front page of our site states we have over 20 years' experience providing guidance and direction to IT professionals. Gotham may just be turning 15, but the founding partners and most of our senior staff have over 20 years' experience in IT.

Many of our current customers, and several members of the Gotham family have been with us longer than we've been Gotham. Several employees recently celebrated their 20th anniversaries.

This commitment to long-term relationships, both with customers and staff, has been key to our success, and we look forward to continuing this journey together for years to come.