Martha Daniel

Founder and President/CEO
IMRI Technology and Engineering Solutions


Martha Daniel’s technology career has spanned both corporate and government sectors. Prior to founding IMRI, Ms. Daniel served in the U.S. Navy and had a lengthy corporate career with positions ranging from mainframe programming to chief information officer for such companies as IBM, Aerojet General, Bekins Transportation, CVN(now QVC), ARCO (now British Petroleum), and FDIC. In 1992, she acquired Information Management Resources, Inc. (IMRI). IMRI has a history of successfully implementing innovative technology solutions that addressed integration challenges for the emerging information technology industry. Ms. Daniel has been involved with technology since 1970, completing her B. S. Degree in Computer Information Systems from California State Polytechnic University – Pomona, and a MBA from the University of LaVerne. Ms. Daniel was recognized nationally for her leadership during the Year 2000 Crisis; the mainframe conversions – Legacy Systems Migrations; and now the Cyber Security Crisis.


IMRI is ranked by Inc. Magazine as one of the Fastest Growing Companies in America. As the President and CEO of IMRI, Ms. Daniel led the company in the successful delivery of more than $135 million in technology and engineering services. The company operates nationally in over 16 states with an international presence supporting the Department of Defense. IMRI consultants have provided comprehensive technical, engineering, and cyber security support services and solutions for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Washington Headquarter Services, U. S. Cyber Command, Department of the Navy, Army, and Air Force, Executive Office of the President, Defense Information Systems and the U. S. Department of Defense Combatant Commands including Europe and Africa and numerous public and private companies – International Paper, Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton, Bank of America, City of Los Angeles, City of Memphis and Memphis Light Gas and Water.


Ms. Daniel has received a number of honors and awards for her business acumen and accomplishments. Most recently in 2014, the White House honored her as a Champion of Change and Women Veteran Leader. She was also the finalist for the Small Business Person of the Year by the Small Business Administration in 2016 and received the National Living History Maker Entrepreneur Award sponsored by Turning Point Magazine and Wells Fargo Bank.