President | Richard Nathan Consulting LLC | New York, NY
Richard Nathan is the president of Richard Nathan Consulting LLC, specializing in creating process efficiencies for its clients. Richard's 37 years of expertise include accounting and operational software selection, software implementation management, technology, Managed Service Provider selection and project management and Cyber assessment, due diligence, business process review and technology based advisory services.
Richard works with companies in various industries including not for profit organizations such as social service, foundations, membership associations, social service and government. We also work with for-profit companies including service automation, distribution and real estate.
Richard founded Tailored Technologies in 1985. Over the years, he built a successful consulting practice in the areas of technology resource management, business process improvement, and systems design, procurement and implementation. In 1997, Mr. Nathan entered into a collaborative arrangement with Marks Paneth with the objective of providing the firm's clients technology consulting and support. Marks Paneth fully acquired Tailored Technologies LLC in 2000.
In January of 2019, Mr. Nathan created Richard Nathan Consulting LLC to continue providing clients with technology services. He has given presentations in the areas of technology efficiencies and general security, technology assessment, accounting & operational software selection and business continuity planning.
Mr. Nathan has presented before many associations and professional organizations, including the New York State Society of CPAs, New York Association of Association Executives and the New York State Rehabilitation Association. on topics ranging from Software Selection, IT Efficiencies and Best Practices, Cyber Security, and Cloud Based Computing. Additionally, Tailored Technologies has been featured in Business Week, The Wall Street Journal and the Association Executive. Mr. Nathan also authored an article for the Philanthropy Journal that focused on helping nonprofit organizations evaluate their existing information technology environment, reduce inefficiencies and achieve cost savings. In his spare time, Mr. Nathan volunteers with a number of nonprofit organizations. He is also on the board of directors of Charity Navigator, a leading independent charity evaluator. The mission of Charity Navigator is to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial status of more than 150,000 charities. Mr. Nathan was also the Board Vice President of the Institute of Managements Consultants, the New Jersey Chapter.