Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, a nonprofit housing organization that builds and sustains neighborhoods while improving living conditions for Chattanooga citizens, has enlisted the help of LBMC Technologies to implement a new system of workflow management. LBMC Technologies is currently assisting CNE to streamline its business practices and improve record management allowing the organization to focus on its mission of improving housing conditions and offering better housing opportunities for members of the Chattanooga community.
“The prospect of buying a home can be very intimidating, especially for individuals whose life experiences or credit history has served as a stumbling block for them in the past,” said Carlos Comacho, chief financial officer at CNE. “From helping would-be homeowners through the home-buying process to facilitating the revitalization of neighborhoods, CNE takes pride in the impact we have made in the lives of Chattanoogans over the years.”
By selecting LBMC Technologies, CNE is able to experience more streamlined business processes in its daily operations as it assists more families in the home-buying process. Additionally, the nonprofit is achieving increased profitability through tighter records management allowing it to better use funds to improve the lives of citizens through neighborhood beautification.
LBMC Technologies provides each of its clients across the southeast with a customized suite of IT services focused on increasing the efficiency, productivity, and profitability of their business operations.
“Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise has a long history of contributing positively to the lives Chattanooga citizens,” said Stacy Schuettler, managing partner of LBMC Technologies. “By allowing us to do what we do best, CNE can focus on its mission of building and sustaining more livable neighborhoods for community members.”
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise is a nonprofit housing organization whose mission is to build and sustain livable neighborhoods by providing homeownership education as well as counseling services. CNE also partners with other organizations to offer affordable loans and encourage neighborhood engagement. Founded in 1986, CNE has helped more than 3,400 individuals and families purchase homes as well as more than 2,800 homeowners receive home improvement loans and technical assistance with home repairs. For more information, visit www.cneinc.org.