Smart City technology solution provider, Eco Partnering Innovations, LLC., achieves Disadvantaged Business (DBE) certification after a rigorous and thorough process
Eco Partnering Innovations (EPI), a Central Florida Smart City technology solution provider, is pleased to announce its recent Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Certification awarded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). This DBE certification award proves that Eco Partnering Innovations meets the stringent requirements to do business with local and state agencies, large corporations, and federal government departments, as a disadvantaged minority business entity.
According to FDOT, this is a unique certification with a commitment to utilizing certified DBEs in its transportation program with a goal of 10.65% DBE utilization on all contracts. Additionally, the Department encourages all prime contractors and consultants to use FDOT DBEs.
“We are honored to be DBE certified as it is a significant step in expanding our reach in the State of Florida,” said Stephanie Hoback, Principal – Owner of Eco Partnering Innovations. “This certification allows us to take Supplier Diversity to the next level and provide innovative technology solutions statewide.” Learn more at https://www.ecopartnering.com
Founded in 2013, EPI is a Florida Certified DBE/MBE Woman-Owned Business that specializes in intelligent hardware and software solutions for highways, intersections, and smart parking. EPI is an excellent source for emerging technologies that will enhance mobility.
EPI’s Specialty Solutions Include:
- Enterprise Asset Management Software
- Video Surveillance & Monitoring Systems
- ITS/Traffic Detection Systems & Data Analytics
- Smart Parking Guidance Systems – On-street & Garage
- Truck Parking Availability Systems
- Signage – Internally Illuminated Street Name Signs, Highway & Parking
- Wrong Way Counter Measures