WE HELP YOU MANAGE AND MEASURE
YOUR ESG PERFORMANCE
IMPAKT IQ ADDRESSES YOUR ESG BLIND SPOTS AND PROVIDES INSIGHT INTO YOUR BUSINESS IMPACTS, ALLOWING YOU TO LEVERAGE THIS INTELLIGENCE TO MAKE INFORMED DECISIONS.
It's a decisive moment in history. Companies are being tested at every turn as stakeholders demand more action on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. ESG has now become central to corporate strategy. Yet, companies are navigating through this massive transition with fragmented ESG knowledge, a lack of critical insights, and limited-to-no access to the right tools.
WE CAN CHANGE THAT
The Impakt IQ ESG (IIQ ESG) Assessment Tool is the industry-leading approach to generating your ESG score, statement, and report. It reveals your organization's ESG current state, financial and reputational risks, and value creation opportunities, based on investor-grade material issues and guidelines.
THE INVESTOR-GRADE POLICYMAKERS
Our approach helps inform and connect all leaders of an organization to create awareness of ESG risks, opportunities, and value creation. It is a catalyst for organizational transformation through increasing ESG intelligence and your company’s ‘Impakt IQ’*, across the organization.
IMPAKT IQ DEFINITION: A quantifiable measure (using investment grade material metrics) expressed as a universal number - of a company’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies, processes and performance relative to its financial and reputational risk and value creation in consideration of all stakeholders.
The IIQ ESG Assessment, Statement, and Score Report’ (IIQ ESG Report) are to ESG what a Financial Report is, relative to finance. This IIQ ESG Report, viewed alongside your financial statement, provides true holistic insight into the critical financial and reputational risks, and value creation opportunities, of your organization.
Why this matters
ESG is becoming an increasingly critical valuation measure.
Public and private companies are being rated on their ESG practices today and stakeholders, including consumers, are making decisions based on ESG scores.
Therefore, as demand for sustainability and ESG information steadily increases, management, stakeholders, and customers need a way to evaluate how companies perform from an ESG perspective. ESG Scores are that measure. Management, stakeholders, and customers need a way to evaluate how companies perform from an ESG perspective. ESG Scores are that measure.
An ESG score is the measure of a company's exposure and management of environmental, social, and governance, relative to risk/opportunity, performance, governance, and leadership.
Increasingly, investors, credit rating agencies, insurance companies, and other stakeholders are integrating ESG scores with credit scores to determine the viability and value of an organization.
The current problem is ESG scores are derived mainly from outside analysts and artificial intelligence algorithms searching the internet for company-related ESG practices and reports associated with that company. These scores are subjective at best and leave companies vulnerable and at high risk due to misinformation, inconsistent, not auditable, and inaccurate ESG scores.
Your ESG score is the result your company’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies, processes, and performance relative to its financial and reputational risk and value creation in consideration of all stakeholders, collectively referred to as your ESG intelligence or 'Impakt IQ'.