Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
FWD think LLC, a consulting firm providing advisory, training and shared services to private, public and non-profit clients is pleased to announce the addition of Craig Ridley, as chief strategy officer and Greg Sadler, chief security officer. Ridley and Sadler both join as principals after leading similar functions at defense and intelligence contractor TASC, Inc., Ridley serving as senior director, strategic partnerships and Sadler as senior director of security operations.
These key additions are accompanied by the launch of the company’s new website, http://www.fwdthink.com, to provide its clients and users with an enhanced and modern experience. The website’s overall look now accurately reflects the company’s most recent changes, including the addition of a suite of shared services and security practice.
“As we continue to grow, our leadership team has to reflect the forward thinking our clients have come to know and value,” says FWD think founder and CEO, Rabiah Sutton. “The new website creates a digital presence that reflects where we are headed and our focus on moving our clients forward.”
In addition to highlighting new company offerings and ushering in the new look of FWD think, the website was designed to provide an optimum experience on virtually any size or type of Internet-accessible device while avoiding the potential reduction in capabilities. Providing better and faster access to the information that FWD think aggregates through the company’s think tank resource center enables potential clients to better understand the company’s service offering, expertise, and market trends in a number of different needs cases.
About FWD think
FWD think is a management consulting firm that specializes in providing advisory, training and shared services to small, mid-size and select large organizations. With nearly 40 years of innovation in private, public and non-profit markets, FWD think helps its clients eliminate the barriers to entry, increase market share and reduce costs.