The City of Fort Worth Named Winner in the 2018 WfMC Awards for Excellence in Business Transformation

The City of Fort Worth Named Winner in the 2018 WfMC Awards for Excellence in Business Transformation

City’s Award-Winning Transformation Driven by BP Logix Process Director 5.0

San Diego, CA and Fort Worth, TX – Dec. 12, 2018 –– The City of Fort Worth and BP Logix, provider of low-code/no-code BPM solutions for rapid digital application development, today announced that Fort Worth has been selected as a Winner in the 2018 WfMC Awards for Excellence in Business Transformation.

The award recognition is based on a City-wide digitally transformative approach, one that combines the alignment of adaptable, low-code technology with the leveraging of creative applications to improve its systems, and ultimately meet its goals. The successful BPM implementation was built on BP Logix Process Director, designed to enable digital innovation and business transformation and give users the needed visibility into processes in order to make sound business decisions.

With a vision to be the most livable and best managed city in the country, Fort Worth leadership recognized the need for a major overhaul of city processes and systems in order to achieve its goals. The City launched its BPM initiative and is addressing the influx of residents and businesses driving the demand for city services – beginning with its Employee Forms Portal and capitalizing on those successes to roll out its new Citizen Portal. “To meet the demands of a rapidly growing community, we have to continually find efficiencies in almost every work process across the City,” said Kevin Gunn, Chief Technology Officer for the City of Fort Worth. “City leaders also understood the role of BPM technology in the creation and delivery of City services to attract residents, visitors and business investment. Leveraging BPM technology for local government makes Fort Worth a forward-thinking city and is a key contributor to our success.”

Co-sponsored by WfMC and BPM.com, the prestigious award recognizes user organizations that have demonstrably excelled in implementing innovative business solutions to meet strategic business objectives. The award submissions were assessed by a panel of 23 judges using 15 distinct evaluation factors within the criteria of Innovation, Implementation and Impact.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to have another customer win this prestigious award, and are honored to recognize Fort Worth and all they have been able to achieve in such a short period of time,” said Jay O’Brien, CEO of BP Logix. “This is validation of not only great implementations, but is also testament to the results of those implementations with Process Director, a truly disruptive low code technology that is changing how companies do business and approach digital transformation.”

About BP Logix
BP Logix unites IT and business users, enabling them to deploy sophisticated digital business solutions in a fraction of the time and at a fraction of the cost of traditional development. Process Director, our award-winning business process management (BPM) software, powers digital workflow-driven solutions that cross organizational boundaries, embracing the C-suite, operations, sales, customers and prospects.

Customers including Barclay Damon, the City of West Allis, IDEX, Leo Burnett USA, Memphis Light, Gas and Water, MultiPlan, University of Central Florida, and Vulcan Materials Company rely on Process Director innovations such as its mobile capabilities, and its broad integration with SharePoint, MS Dynamics, MS Office, and other enterprise applications and databases. Process Director enables customers to build award-winning applications that deliver clear and measurable improvements in productivity, compliance, and customer engagement.

The BP Logix name and logo are the registered service and trademarks of BP Logix, Inc.

About Fort Worth
Fort Worth is the 15th-largest city in the United States and the fifth-largest city in the state of Texas.  It is the county seat of Tarrant County, covering nearly 350 square miles. According to the 2017 census estimates, Fort Worth’s population is 874,168 and adds about 20,000 residents each year. Fort Worth — the most typically Texan of all Texas cities — began as a tiny outpost on a lonely frontier. Today, this metropolitan area blends its cattle and oil heritage seamlessly with an ever-growing, diverse array of new businesses and industries.

 

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