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3020 Carrington Mill Blvd. Suite 100
Morrisville, North Carolina,27560
SciQuest is a leading provider of spend management solutions delivering value beyond savings. Through the continued release of key innovative technology and a drive toward making our customers successful, we deliver exceptional value in user experience, produc... more.
About Us | The Generosity Store
Dan Lynch is the co-founder of The Generosity Store. After visiting the School of the Holy Childhood, Dan and Karen knew they wanted to do something for this organization. Dan is the owner of Treadstone Development Corporation, a Rochester business geared toward finding technology solutions for local companies. He loves to identify and create unique business solutions for customers and deliver a variety of products and services to achieve improved financial results. His main focus has been IT and Technology solutions for more than 20 years.
Partners | navitechservices.com
Treadstone was founded in 2008 by Daniel J. Lynch.
Dan was part of the Siemens team engaged in developing new projects for government when the company elected to exit its local security services business in fall 2008. Like Navitech and other corporate spin-off companies in the Rochester area, Dan decided to start his own company, continuing his commitment to the community and his efforts to promote efficiency in government through innovative application of technology.
Nelson Rivera and Robert Wiesner - both former Monroe County public officials - along with John Maggio and Daniel Lynch - two local business executives - have been charged with a total of 43 felony counts, including Money Laundering, Conspiracy, Falsifying Business Records, Offering a False Instrument for Filing, and Combination in Restraint of Trade and Competition.
Lynch and Maggio conspired to launder roughly $2 million through payments from Navitech Services Corporation to Treadstone Development Corporation. Separately, Lynch laundered more than $100,000 in stolen proceeds from contracts between Catalog & Commerce Solutions and both Siemens Building Technologies and Upstate Telecommunications Corporation (UTC). Daniel Lynch, 50, of Rochester, a former sales executive of Siemens Building Technologies and current president of Treadstone Development Corporation, is charged with 25 felonies, including four counts of Combination in Restraint of Trade and Competition, three counts of Grand Larceny in the Second Degree, six counts of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, two counts of Money Laundering in the Second Degree, one count of Money Laundering in the Third Degree, two counts of Conspiracy in the Fourth Degree, six counts of Falsifying Business Records in the First Degree, and one count of Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree. Today's indictment supersedes the indictment against Lynch that was unsealed on October 15. Bail was set for Lynch at $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond.
Siemens -- District 1: About Us
Dan Lynch - Performance Solutions Sales