Prince William County-based business goes from strength to strength; RiVidium Inc. experiences a high rate of growth, fueled by access to top talent and technology

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Manny Rivera, Founder and Owner of RiVidium

Manny Rivera, Founder and Owner of RiVidium

Prince William County-based information technology and human resources support business, RiVidium Inc., experiences a high rate of growth, fueled by access to top talent and technology.   This year marked a significant expansion milestone for the firm, with employment more than doubling from 30 to 70 employees and an increased footprint of 1,500 sq. ft. in the company’s new location at 10530 Linden Lake Plaza, Suite 200, Manassas, VA 20109.  RiVidium has also received 12 new contract awards valued, around $25 – $30 million, year-to-date.

Since first being established in Prince William County in 2008, RiVidium Inc., a Hispanic American SBA 8(a) and Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOB) that provides information technology (IT) and human resources (HR) solutions to government and commercial clients, has grown from strength to strength and is today recognized as a CMMI Level 2, small government contractor.

“There is tremendous growth opportunity within the IT industry here in Prince William County, Virginia.  Today, RiVidium is experiencing accelerated growth due to a strong business value proposition, which is driven by Prince William County’s ability to deliver top talent and technology – set within a cost competitive business environment,” shared Manny Rivera, Founder & CEO, RiVidium.  “The driving force that has made RiVidium’s current growth possible is attributed to the expertise and support of the Prince William County Department of Economic Development and attaining the right property manager for the expansion of the company’s footprint.  This alone, yielded a cost saving in overhead of $20-30K a year, which has been invested in turn to provide a better working environment for our employees.”

“At our core lies our true strength which is our employees and their dedication and commitment to our customers and clients.  We attribute this strength in hiring those that made a vow of commitment to our country and by fully supporting the Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) to Hire Heroes Act of 2011,” added Rivera.

Being a veteran focused organization RiVidium values our veterans and its executive team, which is composed of 70 percent veterans.  Most recently, the company hired Army (Ret.) HR subject matter expert, Charmayne Everhart, who will be responsible for Program and Portfolio Management of RiVidium’s HR contracts.

Leaning on his own former military career experiences, Rivera also shared his company’s motto: “We must get ready for tomorrow, today!”  RiVidium prides itself on looking ahead and understanding what will shape future business technology, which leads to a long-term roadmap that provides winning strategies for its business partners, clients and employees.  The company has three core service divisions: Cyber Security software development; IT services solutions; and HR capital management, which is its fastest growing enterprise.

As a Pro-Business Community, Prince William County embraces the vision of RiVidium and supports the entire business community by ensuring that it is well positioned to take advantage of this growth.  New and existing businesses benefit from: an ever-growing, highly-skilled, technical workforce; strong educational assets with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM); close proximity to the nation’s capital, dense consumer markets, key national institutes and federal agencies; robust power and fiber networks; while providing the largest and most affordable development sites in the region.

To learn more from the Prince William County Department of Economic Development sign-up to receive E-Newsletters at:  www.PWCEconDev.org

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