RTH Solutions LLC Certified as a Women Business Enterprise by NWBOC
RTH Solutions LLC Certified as a Women Business Enterprise by National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC).
Columbia, MD, June 30, 2015 (Newswire.com) - RTH Solutions LLC, an IT Service Management company located in Columbia Maryland, has been certified as a business owned and controlled by a woman through the National Women Business Enterprises (NWBOC). Over 700 public and private sector individuals participated in establishing the Standards and Procedures of this rigid certification review. The goal of the certification program is to streamline the certification process and increase the ability of women business owners to compete for contracts at a national level.
"Certification provides a marketing opportunity for women business enterprises to participate in outreach programs," says Tanisha E. Lockett, Chief Operating Officer.
"In addition, obtaining the WBE certification will enable RTH Solutions to develop relationships with larger companies and create opportunities for future partnerships with them."
Tanisha E. Lockett, Chief Operating Officer
"NWBOC seeks to increase the ability of women business owners to compete for corporate and government contracts," says Janet Harris-Lange, President of NWBOC. "At the same time, NWBOC also hopes to decrease the number of front operations participating in corporate and government outreach programs."
To learn more about RTH Solutions, please visit www.rthsolutions.com.
About RTH Solutions
RTH Solutions is an innovative and rapidly growing service management consulting, staffing and training certified women-owned company. RTH Solutions provides clients with solutions utilizing industry best practices and the know-how to apply them to the clients business models.
NWBOC, a national 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation, was created in response to needs identified by the Procurement Special Interest Group of the National Association of Business Owners. NWBOC seeks to provide more corporations with the opportunity to better their procurement practices and to women suppliers the opportunity to compete.