Public Resources Management Group (PRMG) was founded in 1994 by Rob Ori, CPA in Maitland, FL. PRMG grew to 18 employees with extensive capabilities in providing rate, financial, and management consulting to water, wastewater, reclaimed water, solid waste, and stormwater utilities services with additional expertise in the electric, natural gas, solid waste, and chilled water markets throughout the Southeast. PRMG also provided services for general government functions such as recreation, police, fire, building, planning, zoning, and other governmental activities. For 25 years, PRMG and Raftelis followed similar paths – focusing on delivering lasting solutions for our clients. When Raftelis acquired PRMG we knew that our combined capabilities and resources would provide added value to our clients.
Founded in 2009 by Julia Novak when she acquired Public Management Partners and created The Novak Consulting Group, TCNG was staffed by consultants with decades of collective experience and built on a reputation for innovation and results. This company had expanded its services across the U.S., providing a wide range of management consulting services for local governments in the areas of public works, public safety, human resources, finance, planning, IT and more. TNCG’s culture was based on highly personal service. Raftelis had partnered with TNCG many times over the years so when Raftelis acquired TNCG we knew their consultants and network of subject matter experts could provide our clients with an unparalleled level of advice combined with one-on-one attention from senior-level consultants.
For 40 years, Westin Technology Solutions assisted utilities in addressing the unique challenge of successfully selecting and deploying modern core business technologies for improved financial, customer, infrastructure, and operations management. Westin partnered with utilities to align their technology investments and information systems with their desired business strategies. Now as Raftelis, legacy Westin employees continue to share their management consulting and technology expertise. Together, we continue to focus on leveraging technology for improvements in affordability, resilience, sustainability, capital planning, knowledge retention, and other critical challenges of tomorrow’s utility. When Raftelis acquired Westin’s capability in this space, we combined it with Raftelis’ strategic, financial, data, and technology expertise to serve a great market need. Together, we bring new insights and capabilities to our utility clients.