ROCKVILLE, MD--(Marketwire - October 13, 2010) -  Lisa Kazor, President and CEO of Savantage Solutions, was selected as a member of Washington Business Journal's 2010 class of Women Who Mean Business. Kazor was one of twenty-five honorees selected from over 160 nominations.

Washington Business Journal (WBJ), the nation's largest publisher of metropolitan business newspapers, along with sponsors McGuire Woods LLP, SAP and SunTrust Bank, will host its seventh annual Women Who Mean Business Awards in Washington, DC on November 18, 2010. WBJ's Women Who Mean Business annual awards program honors women from a variety of industries and professions in the Washington Metro Area who have a strong record of innovation, outstanding performance, and/or a clear track record of meaningful community involvement.

"I am very proud to be part of this group of honorees of Washington Business Journal's Women Who Mean Business program for 2010," said Kazor. "Today women in business are a growing force of the U.S. economy, offering tremendous knowledge, experience and innovation, and making a significant impact in the communities around us. This program is very unique in recognizing these very important contributions made by women."

The full list of honorees for the 2010 class of Women Who Mean Business is available at the Washington Business Journal website.

About Savantage

Savantage Solutions provides a wide range of consulting, integration, technology and support solutions and services to Federal agencies. One of only five vendors of financial management systems certified for federal use by the GSA's Financial Systems Integration Office (FSIO), Savantage also provides enterprise e-business solutions to government agencies. A woman-owned business headquartered in Rockville, Maryland, Savantage takes pride in its emphasis on service excellence. For more information, please contact Ayesha Rahman at 301-258-5600 or by email:

About Washington Business Journal

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Ayesha Rahman
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