Why it's different

  1. Provides real-time web-based tracking and monetisation of social value performance to be compared against core objectives.
  2. Provides values attributed to Businesses, individuals, communities, and government as recommended by best-practice guidance on accounting for the full social value created by policy interventions.
  3. Accounts for both positive and negative impacts to provide a realistic picture of social value.
  4. Valuations are geographically sensitive.
  5. Adjusts benefit values to account for what would have happened anyway based on best practice implementation of the Homes and Communities Agency’s additionality guidance.
  6. Wider reporting and data analysis functionality.

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