Norman Technologies

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Norman Technologies
Norman Technologies logo
SloganGlobal Trade IT Consulting
Type [[Company_Type:=Private|Private]]
Founded [[Year_Started:=1997|1997]]
Headquarters Template:Country data US [[City:=Davidson|Davidson]] [[State_Name:=North Carolina|North Carolina]]
Key peopleRob Grzeszczak, Managing Partner
Joe Wingard, Partner
Jill Dyer, VP
Don Smith, VP
Industry[[NAICS_Code1_Title:=Computer Systems Design Services|Computer Systems Design Services]]
[[NAICS_Code2_Title:=Processing financial transactions|Processing financial transactions ]]
ProductsProject Management
Strategic Consulting
Process Improvement
Application Development
Quality Assurance
Software Selection
Employees24 (2007)
Contact 630 Davidson Gateway Drive, Suite 250
Davidson, NC 28036
[ Norman Technologies website]
Reference NAICS: 54151, 52232
Region: [[Region1:=Mecklenburg County|Mecklenburg County]]
Latitude: 35°26'39.06"
Longitude: -80°52'54.03"

Norman Technologies offers information technology consulting services in the context of global trade initiatives, including finance, payments, and supply chain management. Founded in 1997 by senior personnel from the Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) and First Union (now Wachovia) corporations, Norman Technologies sells its services in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Norman Technologies is the only U.S.-based privately-held I.T. consultancy focused solely on global trade initiatives. The company is also unique in that it provides the only non-bank representative to the International Chamber of Commerce's Commission on Banking Technique & Practice. The firm is also a member of the International Financial Services Association.

A board of directors with external members was established in 2000.[1]

Norman Technologies' clients have included Barclays, BB&T, PNC Bank, SunTrust, and Wachovia.

The company moved in 2002 from Cornelius, North Carolina to a 5,000-square-foot space on the Birkdale Commons Parkway in Huntersville.[2]

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