A STEM Report is an in-depth analysis of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) data to inform decision-making processes and optimize the impact of STEM initiatives. By synthesizing valuable insights from these disciplines, STEM Reports enable organizations to make data-driven decisions for maximum impact.
The benefits of utilizing STEM Reports include fostering innovation, improving operational efficiency, and promoting sustainable growth. However, data collection, interpretation, and implementation challenges often hinder organizations from fully capitalizing on these insights. To address these challenges, a comprehensive, user-friendly solution is required.
Unlock the full potential of STEM Reports with Sopact, our SAAS-based software offering a powerful impact strategy app. Our platform simplifies the entire process, enabling you to focus on driving meaningful change. Embark on your journey towards actionable insights by watching our impact strategy video, exploring our library of strategies, and engaging with our comprehensive training and examples. So get started with Sopact today!
Streamlining Your First STEM Report & Dashboard in 60 Days
At Sopact, we understand the importance of a successful impact implementation process. That's why we've developed a streamlined work plan so you can build your first program dashboard in just 60 days! You can build on your success and implement all future programs. Talk to us today to learn how we can help you achieve your impact goals efficiently and effectively.
Phase 1 Data Strategy
Create an actionable framework, ensuring that it will meet your "learning goals."
This ensures your desired outcomes are mapped out all the way to data.
All-in-one Logic Model, Data, and Dashboard Strategy
With our AI-driven Impact Strategy, you can leverage our extensive library of hundreds of industry templates to personalize and tailor them to meet your organization's needs. Whether you're building SMART metrics for mission-driven purposes or aligning with IRIS metrics for investor reporting, our strategy is just the beginning. The real value of our approach lies in our ability to guide you towards the best data collection strategy and dashboard plan to impress and engage funders, even before data collection begins.
Phase 2: Data DesignDesign effective and actionable activity, output, and outcome data most relevant for impact measurement only.
Define an Effective Data Collection Strategy
- Design activity, output data
- Design stakeholder survey
- Define effective data collection technique
- Map source data from Sopact Survey, MS Excel, and Google Spreadsheet
- Calculate and map results to metrics.
- Map sources, including Salesforce and CRM
- Create virtual data sets to unify data from different tables and sources.
Phase 3: Data AnalyticsIntegrate your data source with advanced visualization platform to provide deep insight, define detailed analysis techniques and communication plan
Advanced Analytics and Use of Data
- Advanced data visualization techniques
- Communicating results and impact to stakeholders
- Strategies for sustaining data analytics for social impact
What do our customers say?
At ASME, we pride ourselves on leveraging cutting-edge technology, including internal Salesforce and Tableau systems, to optimize our operations. However, when measuring and elevating our social impact, we place our unwavering trust in the expertise of the Sopact team. They have consistently delivered comprehensive end-to-end solutions, enabling us to maximize our positive contributions to society.
We are pleased to report that ASME has achieved significant strides in advancing our Social Return on Investment (SROI) since our previous update to the Board of Governors. This update will outline our notable progress and strategic roadmap for continued success in this critical area.
Sopact's impact measurement infrastructure is vital in delivering on our promise to create a lasting impact in society.
This is it. This is the tip of the spear in impact management. It's what I was looking for, and I only found one organization doing it, and that was SoPact."