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Measure What Matters Presenters: • Unmesh Sheth, Founder, President – SoPact
Measure What Matters
Presenters:
• Unmesh Sheth, Founder, President – SoPact
This webinar is part of a ongoing series “The Power of Poverty Assessment”
SoPact – Measure What Matters
Social change is difficult due to lack of efficient systems,
lack of communication and transparency, poor social
innovation and sector collaboration and data measurement.
SoPact is a comprehensive platform to address some of
these challenges. Developed in 2013, it is used for
measuring and managing financial and social impact.
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SoPact Solution
SoPact platform encompasses leading industry standards and yet
is easily customizable. Our innovative approach and vision is to
build a better social sector with their increasing need for more
effective financial + social measurement, reporting, and storytelling
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Measurement Gap
“Standardized” data
in funder reports
Detailed data
about impact of
each program
Big Gap
Courtesy: Slides from Rick Jacobus
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Measurement Approach and SoPact Focus
Metric #PI3902:
Health intervention
completion rate
IRIS
CHMI
Funder Impact
Measurement
Program
Outcome
Improvement
RCT
Courtesy: Slides from Rick Jacobus
33% increase in
immunization at $28
per fully immunized
child (western India
only)
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What to look for in
Measurement,
LET’S TALK
ABOUT
WHO Evaluation and
WE ARE Learning Systems
Section 01 – About Company / Team / And
Services
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Current Approaches
SoPact
B-Analytics
Other cloud based
products
Social Solutions, ClientTrack,
Blackbaud
Mobile / Form
Survey based products
Excel
SoPact incorporates core functions from other technology platforms and tools and also provides
additional levels of powerful capabilities. SoPact is a user-friendly (no coding required) yet lowcost comprehensive cloud and mobile first platform with excellent flexibility, measurement and
sharing capabilities.
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Section 01 – About Company / Team / And
Services
LET’S TALK
ABOUT
Technology
WHO
WE ARE
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SoPact Technology Approach
01
Robust Platform
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• Built on Salesforce Force.com
platform
• Dramatically improved user
experience vs. standard
Salesforce
• Focused on rapid configuration
• Ability to replicate rapidly
Collaborative Platform
• Salesforce chatter
• Community integration
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SoPact = Force.com +
Data Science
• Metrics as a priority
• Short deployment time
• Mobile first
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SoPact is built for mobile workforce
Mobile first Application
iPad & Android Application
Desktop Application
• Build mobile apps
• No programming
• Easy data collection
• On-site or in the field data
collection
• Designed for side-by-side
comparison
• More data in fields
• Impact dashboards
• Streamlined communication
• Data collection
• In-depth analytics
• Charts and graphs
• Streamlined communication
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Section 01 – About Company / Team / And
Services
CaseABOUT
Study
LET’S TALK
WHO
WE ARE
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Measurement is a First Mile Issue
•
Millions of poor are simply not even counted *
•
400 million out of 500 million labors are in the unorganized
sector in India**
•
My journey: the disabled in a developing country are often
at the bottom most of pyramid
•
70 million out of 1.2 B in India are disabled; fraction have
employment
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Best Ways To Change Impact Landscape
Case Study: Enable India
Advocacy and
sensitization are
Partnership With Thought Leaders
Enable India for disability employment (and others
in different domains) who have developed practices
perhaps the best
approach to social
breakthrough. Impact
Poverty Assessment Framework
WDI graduate student intern will refine framework
and knowledge dissemination
Poverty
Assessment
Framework
learning designed
with impact
measurement is our
best option. Here is
how it works:
M & E Platform
Data and Impact
Analysis
Deploy M&E Platform
SoPact deployment
Partnership With
Thought Leaders
Share
Analysis
Data and impact analysis with broader
understanding of internal best practice
Share
Share results to like minded organizations in the
ecosystem
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Section 01 – About Company / Team / And
Services
Design
and User
LET’S TALK
ABOUT
Experience
WHO
WE ARE
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1. Improve Language Of Measurement
Most IT System in Social Sectors are not designed
Powerful Standard Based Reference Objects
for data accuracy, aggregation and visualization
Consistent standard and best practices based language
Creating garbage-in – garbage-out
of measurement
01
Occupation, Job & Volunteer Profiles
3500+ Standard based (India), 8000+ (US)
02
Regions
10000+ Regions: Continents, Countries, State,
District, Taluka, Village etc.
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Skills & Qualifications
Country based standards
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Other
Product Service Type
Crop Type
Live Stock
Sectors
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2. Flexible Workflow & Beneficiary Lifecycle
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•
02 Real-time Impact & Operation
• Dynamic charts reflecting filters
Beneficiaries: Candidates, Patients,
(below)
Employee, Clients, Suppliers,
Distributors
• Program Indicators
Beneficiary Lifecycle
•
Free Flow Workflow
•
Organization Indicators
•
Intake Management
•
IRIS 3.0 Demographics Indicators
•
Health & Human Resource Evaluation
•
Job Profile Evaluation
•
Training & Employment Assignment
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Domain Service Pack
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Powerful Data Management
•
Disability
•
Mass Data Import
•
Low-Skill, Semi-Skill
Vocational Training
•
Mass Data Editing
•
Mass Email
•
Youth Education
•
•
Adult & Homeless Jobs
Convenient Case, Task
Management
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3. Capacity Improvement
01
Training
• Training, Classes, Enrollment and Trainers
• Real-time Enrollment Metrics by programs
and trainings
02
Employment
• Manage Job Opportunities
• Innovative search to meet subjective
profiling, such as: Job Profile, Disability and
Groups
• Standard Match Criteria
• Simple Drag & Drop Job Seeker lifecycle
management
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4. Outcome Improvement
01
Program
• Manage program specific metrics
02
Programs
• Vocational Trainings
• Employment
• HIV/AIDS Prevention
• Immunization
• Family Planning
• Child survival
Case
• Manage program, candidate and
company case
• Rapidly identify performance
bottlenecks
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5. Collaborative Shared Measurement
•
Build metrics sets based
on collaborative language
of metrics and data
collection within different
CSR + NonProfits
Social
Ventures +
Social
Enterprises
communities
•
Impact Data
Aggregators
Improve internal outcome
within community and
sharing results with
external community using
Open Data APIs
Social
Enterprises
+ Remote
Offices
Open API
External
Organizations
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6. Shared Outcome
01
Due Diligence
01
DUE DILIGENCE
Evaluate scenarios based on contacts, leads,
due diligence, scorecard ratings, voting and
approval
02
METRICS &
SURVEYS
MANAGEMENT, M&E
REPORTS &
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BENCHMARKING
Management, Monitoring &
Evaluation
Systematic data collection and analysis allows
you to effectively monitor and manage your
portfolio
03
Metrics and Surveys
Perform surveys, plus generate ratings or scores
to be shared among sector peers
04
Reports and Benchmarking
Benefit Org 1
Benefit Org 2
Benefit Org 3
Benefit Org
N
Sector 1
Sector 2
Sector 3
Sector N
Quickly report and communicate social +
financial outcomes, variances and sector
benchmarking stats
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7. Post-Investment Visualization & Reporting
01
Auto Generated Web Page
• Single page design generated from
SoPact engine
Breadth of
Impact
• Quick organization summary
• Simple program reporting
• Powerful social impact data
visualization
Program
Impact
Depth of
Impact
02
Community
Impact
Measure Return on Community
• Engage community by connecting
cause and skills
• Track time spent and calculate
impact volunteer time, donations,
acceleration program, hackathon,
local program, or social enterprise
startups/funds
• Reward sponsor, donors and social
points
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Concluding Statement
Q&A
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Contact SoPact
Address
Unmesh Sheth
280 Chantecler Dr
Fremont, CA 94539
Contact
[email protected]
+1-510-226-8535
+1-510-676-9502
http://www.sopact.com
Social Media
linkedin.com/in/unmeshsheth/
Facebook.com/sopactcom
Twitter.com/sopact
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Contact information
WDI Contact Information
Heather Esper: [email protected] or 1-734-764-6339
Yaquta Kanchwala Fatehi: [email protected]
Sandra Draheim: [email protected] or 734-615-7319
Link to Current Webinar Series – The Power of Poverty Assessment:
http://wdi.umich.edu/research/bop/ppaseries
Link to Past Webinar Series – Assessing Multidimensional Poverty Impacts:
http://wdi.umich.edu/research/bop/webinar2014
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Annex
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The social sector has no single value of return unlike “profit” in the business world.
“Social Return On Investment” is not going to get a “bottom line” measurement like
financial markets
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Key takeaway: William Savedoff of the Center for Global Development and Ruth Levine from the Hewlett Foundation
recently wrote that approximately $130 billion is spent each year in official overseas development assistance, compared
to about $50 million for evidence—i.e., for rigorous evaluation of programs. That’s less than one percent. Would any
private sector company that is serious about its products spend that little on R&D?
Courtesy: Slides from Rick Jacobus
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