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Brian Johnson
About Brian Johnson
Brian Johnson is the founder and CEO of Gozynta, the company behind Mobius Connect (an accounting integration trusted by over 1,000 MSPs) and Tixt (a texting to ticket solution).

Brian is a self-taught computer geek and business owner. He grew up in a small business household (family business is electricians), running a BBS in middle school, to installing Novell Netware networks (from cabling up) in high school. He has been using Linux as his primary OS at home since ‘99, built and hand-tweaked his own spam filtering boxes for businesses for about 10 years, was a one-man IT shop for a manufacturing company, computer programming on Linux, Windows, Mac, PalmOS, and other embedded systems all the way down to assembly. He also learned to operate a 70’s scanning electron microscope.

Prior to founding Gozynta, Brian was part of a small MSP that grew through the 2008 recession. Brian was hired as the 5th employee to do server support, but his responsibilities quickly grew as did the company. Including several years of travel doing software consulting for manufacturing companies, built and led a custom development arm of the business, and finally spent 2 years as CEO and co-owner. His drive for excellence led to Gozynta’s motto, “All software sucks, we’re just trying to make it suck less."
Articles by Brian Johnson

Changes to Mobius Connect Legacy

Posted on November 3, 2020

Important information about upcoming Mobius Connect changes As some of you have already noticed we have made some changes to our product line and our website.


.NET Integrations

Posted on October 13, 2020

As of September 2020, we’ve stopped selling new licenses to the following integrations.

They will continue to work for existing users until ConnectWise disables the SOAP API that they rely on.


Gozynta Motto

Posted on October 7, 2019

At Gozynta, our company motto is “We understand that all software sucks, even ours. Our mission is to make it suck a little less each and every day.”

This motto developed organically, but it has its roots in the values that I’m trying to build the company on.