Amp Impact is a website application that measures the impact of projects developed by non-profits, grant-makers, and impact investors. It tracks the outcomes, performance indicators, implementation, and cost-effectiveness of their portfolios over time and across geographies.
It is developed by Vera Solutions, a company located in London (UK), Amsterdam, Washington DC, Sao Paulo, Cape Town, Geneva, and Mumbai. It has been deployed in more than 30 countries.
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Download directly from the manufacturer's website
Distributions to Date Status
The exact number is unknown, but the product has been used in 30+ countries
Streamline Portfolio Management: trade in spreadsheets for data management on Salesforce; manage global portfolio of projects, grants, programs, and investments; and track progress on relevant SDGs. Understand impact: measure the outcomes, performance and cost-effectiveness of grants, projects, programs, and investments over time; visualize and report performance to stakeholders using drag-and-drop report and dashboard tools; simplify Indicator Management; create custom indicators and/or use catalogs of standard indicators; and align indicators with those defined by IATI, SDGs, IRIS, the impact Management Project, for data publishing. Analyze performance: track Indicator results against set targets to evaluate progress over time; visualize outcomes using built-in performance graphs; use Excel format files; and monitor financials.
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Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters
Develop technical and consulting skills and strengthen the social innovation sector's engagement with data using cloud and mobile technology.
Vetted Performance Status
In Aga Khan foundation project, results showed that the platform gave more than 80 indicators relevant to understanding their total reach, disaggregated by age group, sex, type of beneficiary, and more.
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