DRMcNatty’s History

Don and Linda McNatty formed the company in 1989 to provide technical training and consulting services for clients with Primavera’s project controls tools. In 1996, DRMcNatty became one of 28 Primavera Authorized Representatives in North America. The company continued to expand and added software sales and hosting of Primavera software to its range of services. Considered to be one of the top 5 Primavera Representatives in the world, the company expanded its services globally in the late ’90s. In 1999, DRMcNatty implemented one of the first national remote access central database deployments of Primavera Expedition to support a national energy improvement effort by one of its clients.

In 2005, Dave Madding and Brian Criss joined the DRM team and in 2012 became part owners of the company. They currently manage Professional and Managed Services Operations. Also in 2012, Regina Le joined as Director of Finance and Administration.

With Oracle’s purchase of Primavera Systems in 2008, DRMcNatty shifted its focus away from software sales and concentrated on technical services including hosting, integration and development of cloud-based utilities to support role-based tools to meet specific client needs. Support for additional software tools from related vendors including Ares Prism, Deltek Acumen and Aconex have been added to provide clients a broader spectrum of the best available solutions to support project controls.

In 2015, the company was certified as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, which helps businesses meet their diversity requirements. Today DRM proudly provides technical and support services as an Oracle Platinum Partner focusing on Primavera project control tools with offices in California and New York.

In 2019 Pam Powrie, a 12 year veteran of DRMcNatty was appointed Director of Client Services joining Rudy Ising, Director of Professional Services since 2010 to support Brian Criss in his expanded role as Executive Vice President of Operations with offices in Mission Viejo, Concord and San Diego as well as Buffalo, NY.

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