Norman founded Data Integrity in 1981 with his brother. They built the company into one of the most highly respected resellers in Canada, consistently ranking in the Top 100 VARs in the country. They started by providing peripheral products to mainframe customers, then evolved with industry changes, the introduction of the personal computer, and the client server computing era.
By the turn of the century and with several key acquisitions under his belt, Norman had positioned Data Integrity as one of Canada’s top solution providers in the end user computing and technology services world. In 2000, with the acquisition of Educonnect, Norman also became a higher education reseller, which included a retail presence on the campus of York University. It has since evolved into a new technology eCommerce partnership with other higher education institutions.
With the acquisition of Skipton Group in 2014, Norman now presides over the newly minted Data Integrity as its president.