The biggest challenge we face today in measurement is consistency and standardization.
Measure and benchmark performance across programs or grants
Since every social program is measured differently, the field has not been able to report, benchmark, predict or learn what works. Using the Impact Genome®, each social program can report results against universal, evidence-based outcomes. Save time, streamline data collection, ensure data quality and enable portfolio-level analysis.
The typical grantee spends 39 hours on grant monitoring, reporting, and evaluation. Our Impact Scorecard survey can be completed by grantees in under 1 hour, and enable:
Standardized metrics: measure program effectiveness and cost per outcome
Benchmark data: compare program performance to peer organizations
Evidence assessment: evaluate the quality and reliability of the data reported
Program design insight: analyze the program design and how can it be improved
Foundations: consistent grantee reporting and board accountability
Government: consistent program reporting and resource allocation
Multi-Site Implementers: program management and benchmarking
Impact Investors: analyze and aggregate portfolio returns
Financial Advisors: provide value-added data to clients and donors