About Us

Project management and scheduling innovation

Over 40 Years of Planning & Scheduling Expertise

PMA Technologies is a unique fusion of active PM practitioners along with accomplished software developers and designers. We are passionate about channeling our intellectual innovation into real and practical ways to improve the world of project management.

Our Skills & Expertise

As a subsidiary of PMA Consultants, we leverage over forty years of experience in project management and scheduling innovation.


We promote open communication, thorough planning, and risk management, all of which improve project understanding and execution.


We actively develop NetPoint®, a planning and scheduling app that encourages collaboration, and NetRisk™, a schedule risk analysis addition for NetPoint.


Both NetPoint and NetRisk are powered by GPM®, a flexible scheduling algorithm that enables real-time feedback and new opportunities in schedule optimization.

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Dr. Gui Ponce de Leon, PE, PMP, LEED AP
Gui Ponce de Leon
CEO at PMA Consultants

Gui is the founder and CEO of PMA and creator of the Graphical Path Method™. With over 40 years of experience, he is recognized as one of our nation’s foremost planning and scheduling subject matter experts.

Tim Mather
Tim Mather
CTO at PMA Technologies

As CTO, Tim has orchestrated the launch of PMA Technologies. He leads software and business development and has implemented our comprehensive training services. Tim blogs at Visualize the Plan.

Eric Lowther
NetPoint® Facilitator

Eric has over 17 years of experience in scheduling, project management, and claims consulting. His knowledge of risk and claims has proven invaluable to his clients and in NetPoint and NetRisk™ development.

John Zann
NetPoint® Facilitator

John is an accomplished NetPoint® facilitator with 17 years of experience in project management. As a GPM® expert, he provides hands-on scheduling, risk analysis, and collaborative planning services.

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