Akron, OH (PRWEB) May 17, 2006 -–
Real Time Consulting, Inc. (“RTC”), a software engineering firm and forerunner in the security assessment field, announced today that they are teaming with Peduzzi Associates Ltd. (“PAL”) in a new venture to market revolutionary software to the federal government. RTC is the prime developer of crisis planning software for government intelligent agencies and operational groups.
PAL, an Alexandria, Virginia-based firm, will lobby RTC’s products to agencies throughout the federal government and maintain professional relationships with major corporations and national associations in the D.C. area.
“An extension of representation in Capitol Hill will enhance our company’s efforts in federal government business development,” said RTC president, Thomas Santelle. “This added D.C. presence will help RTC to reach our objectives and attain future success within the industry.”
PAL is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, incorporated in 1995, specializing in business development. Their focus is on providing services for companies engaging in commerce with the Department of Defense, Federal Aviation Administration and other federal, state and local government agencies. The firm offers a wide range of services including Washington, D.C. representation, government relations and marketing, and strategic planning. PAL also has extensive experience in government acquisition and procurement procedures as well as privatization of government services and facilities.
Real Time Consulting, Inc., a software engineering company founded in 1987, is dedicated to delivering quality products and services to very elite list of clients. As a forerunner in the security assessment field, RTC has nearly twenty years experience providing government and commercial enterprises with emergency response-related software solutions. We solve complex, technical problems for a host of data collection and publication applications by integrating overhead imagery, CAD geometry, GIS information, digital photography, narratives and open source data.