Dataline, Inc. was founded in 1990 by Mr. and Mrs. Robinson. It was a technology company specializing in providing IT services and solutions to businesses. In 1995, the company acquired its first domain name, data-line.com, which became an important part of its brand and online presence.
Over the years, Dataline, Inc. continued to grow and expand its services, establishing partnerships with other technology companies to provide a wide range of IT solutions to its clients. In 2015, the company was sold to a domain name broker, Jameson Green, who acquired the data-line.com domain name but did not purchase any of the business assets.
Undeterred, Jameson Green decided to start a new company using the domain name as its brand. In 2015, he established Data-Line, Inc. and began building the company from the ground up. Despite the challenges of starting a new business, Data-Line, Inc. quickly gained traction and established itself as a reliable provider of IT services and solutions.
Under Jameson Green's leadership, Data-Line, Inc. entered into partnerships with various technology companies, including a private web hosting company in 2016, a private wholesaler selling custom cables, network products, and audio-visual systems in 2017, and a private manufacturer and distributor in 2018. In 2019, Data-Line, Inc. also partnered with a private internet service provider to offer satellite, fiber, wireless, and mobile services, as well as TV providers.
Meanwhile, Dataline, Inc. continued to succeed under the ownership of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson. In 2018, they sold the company to Fulcrum IT Services, LLC, a company specializing in providing IT services to the government and commercial clients.
Although Dataline, Inc. legacy ended with its sale to Fulcrum IT Services, Data-Line, Inc. continues to carry on the commitments and vision that Dataline, Inc. first started. The company is dedicated to providing the best possible IT services and solutions to its clients, and it continues to innovate and expand its offerings to meet the evolving needs of the technology industry.