Our platform, Equiscore BI™, helps companies understand where they should invest their DEI resources to achieve measurable impact. ...
Who is the end-user of your DEI tool/resource?
The person (consultant, DEI officer, HR leader, etc.) who leads DEI efforts within companies and government institutions; DEI consultants.
What is the DEI question/issue your innovation is seeking to solve?
Our platform, Equiscore BI™, helps companies understand where they should invest their DEI resources to achieve measurable impact.
How does your DEI tool/resource advance diversity, equity and/or inclusivity within a company or community?
Our platform, Equiscore BI™, helps companies see both a financial and social return on their DEI efforts by providing a comprehensive view of DEI across the company and pointing them in the direction of where to focus to get real results in the short-term while enabling a data-driven process to track and measurably improve DEI over time.
What is the estimated time to implement your DEI tool/resource for the customer?
Our process is self-directed - it can be completed in as little as 7 weeks. It is designed to be used on an ongoing basis to track and improve over time.
How will the user of your tool/resource know/see the intended impact? What metrics will be used to show success?
After completing the process, companies will have a report with one overall metric that can be tracked - their Equity in Action Score. The score is also broken down across multiple levels of analysis where we provide additional scores for the areas that drive the overall score.
- While the companies listed within this directory have been reviewed and identified as offering products or services may be of value in helping companies and organizations enhance diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), listing them in this online directory does not constitute an endorsement by the Maryland Tech Council of any of the companies, their products or services. MTC recommends that a company or organization conduct its own due diligence and assessment of any company, product or service as appropriate for their needs.
- Reviews were done by a talented cross section of Maryland Tech Council members, some of whom may have had a previous relationship with the firm being assessed. The process used ensured a high-level objectivity even given these previous relationships.