The City of Fort Worth, ranked the 12th largest and one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S., is home to more than 800,000 residents and an ever-growing, diverse array of new businesses and industries.
Within the city of Fort Worth, the Diversity and Inclusion Department promotes the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. One of the ways the department fulfills its important mission is through the Business Equity Division, whose work supports capacity building efforts for aspiring and existing Business Equity Firms (minority and women business enterprises), or disadvantaged business enterprises.
In a recent case study, we explored the transformation journey within The City of Fort Worth’s Business and Equity Division. Plagued with inefficient paper-based and manual processes, the City struggled to efficiently monitor, track and report on its local supplier diversity programs and data. Knowing there must be a better way to manage and grow their local programs, The City of Fort Worth committed to cleaning-up their processes and going paperless with B2Gnow Supplier Diversity Management Software.
Here’s more of what you’ll find in The City of Fort Worth Case Study:
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