McLean, VA (PRWEB) April 29, 2010
For the third consecutive year, The Washington Business Journal has named McLean-based IT services firm Ntiva, Inc. (http://www.ntiva.com) as one of the region's 50 Best Places to Work in Greater Washington for 2010. The company was honored in the small company category (fewer than 50 employees).
The Washington Business Journal will announce the rankings of the winners at a breakfast awards program on Friday, June 11, 2010 at the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner. The winning companies will also be profiled in a special edition of the Washington Business Journal.
The Best Places to Work Award recognized Ntiva's achievements in creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains employees through a combination of employee satisfaction, working conditions and company culture.
Ntiva prides itself on a work environment in which all individuals feel valued and are actively involved in the direction of the company. Through President Steven Freidkin and his management team's leadership, Ntiva has grown to become one of the most successful IT service firms in the greater Washington region.
About Ntiva, Inc.
Since its founding in 2004 by Steven Freidkin, Ntiva has built a stellar reputation as a premier provider of full-service, end-to-end IT solutions. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia with an office in Beverly Hills, California, Ntiva's professionals have extensive experience in designing, building, implementing, operating, trouble-shooting, and maintaining corporate, private and individual networks and computer systems. Ntiva blends this technical capability with business management expertise to consistently deliver superior solutions that facilitate a higher return on investment for their clients. For more information on Ntiva please visit http://www.ntiva.com or call 888-99-NTIVA.
About The Washington Business Journal
The Washington Business Journal is owned and operated by American City Business Journals, the nation's largest publisher of metropolitan business newspapers. American City Business Journals also includes Bizjournals, the new media division, which operates the Web sites for each of the company's 41 print business journals. The Washington Business Journal has been Greater Washington's leading source of business news and information for more than 20 years, providing over 150,000 business executives with comprehensive news on local people and their companies, as well as industry trends, tips and strategies and award-winning critical analysis. For more information visit http://washington.bizjournals.com.