Bill Catania is a start-up entrepreneur focused on developing and commercializing real-time technology networks.
Catania is the founder and CEO of OneRail, a top-tier delivery fulfillment platform with an integrated coast-to-coast courier network of 8.2 million drivers. Catania recently led his OneRail team to win the 2021 Supply Chain Leaders in Action Pitch Tank Contest.
Prior to OneRail, Catania was named CEO of CoinFlip Solutions, Inc., a cloud-based payment platform delivering real-time electronic payment solutions for health benefits, points and promotional offers.
Catania was also the founder and CEO of digital coupon pioneer M-Dot Network, the first-of-its-kind retail POS-to-cloud transaction engine, powering the real-time redemption of digital coupons at grocery checkouts throughout North America. At M-Dot, Catania led his team to win the Amazon Web Services Start-Up Challenge, besting more than 1,500 companies from 23 countries. After M-Dot was acquired in 2011 by retail transaction processing giant Inmar, Inc., Catania stayed on as VP of Digital Solutions, leading Inmar to a best-in-class position, with its installation network of over 20,000 retail locations across North America, and Catania was named among Triad Business Journal’s “40 Under 40" list for 2012.
A graduate of Cornell University, Catania studied Applied Economics and Political Science, and was a Cornell Tradition Fellow. While a student, he founded the motorsports/E-Commerce business RaceFan, Inc., which rapidly grew to become one of the nation's premier online motorsports informational sites. An avid racing fan, Catania has owned and driven stock cars since he was 17, and raced at Daytona International Speedway in the ARCA Racing Series (among numerous other regional and national racing venues). He can still be found competing today throughout the southeast. At RaceFan, Bill negotiated the purchase of several major dot-com properties, scaling network traffic to over 20 million page views per month, while syndicating its racing news and results to media giants such as Fox Sports, PRIMEDIA and NASCAR.com.