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Artificial-Intelligence ESG platform
Artificial Intelligence ESG platform

that analyzes stakeholders data for risks anticipation


Current ESG information is not predictive

ESG rating agencies rely on what companies self-report. Reports usually include information from the last fiscal year
ESG data comes from the past
The source of ESG data available comes from last fiscal year annual reports.
Companies self-reported results
It its difficult to validate what’s not has been reported.
No third-party validation
Information it’s not validated throughout stakeholders.
Proven results
Annual increase
on stakeholders engagement
New risks captured on every analysis
Annual cost savings and efficiencies

ESG COMPASS builds a business ecosystem to capture and analyze predictive ESG data

Including feedback and validation from:

4 products tailored for different users

Customers can choose a combination of 4 options depending on their informational needs:
IA sentiment analysis reporting platform
with ESG benchmarking by industry, country and state
Technology consulting services
customized to your needs
Software as a Service stakeholder's survey platform
with specific and granular information by business unit, type pf customer, supplier segment, community location and more
Local business evaluations done in partnership with business associations
by Country, State, or District that answers specific questions of the members of an association
+ 50 employees

Trusted by regional and global brands in +80 different countries

Latest news & updates

May 21, 2024

A recent survey from PwC of 345 investors and analysts across 30 countries, revealed a growing investor concern: 94% believe that corporate sustainability reporting often includes unsupported claims, signaling an industry-wide need for improvement.

May 14, 2024

The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, known as the Deepwater Horizon disaster, reshaped the financial industry and prompted a significant focus on ESG ratings.

May 7, 2024

In today’s business world, the role of global trade professionals has evolved, and they are now at the forefront of driving Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) initiatives.

Delivering value to customers

Eduardo Olivares

Through the use of SSINDEX, one of ESG COMPASS products, we’ve been able to understand best practices, find areas for improvement, and anticipate risks within the industry and each one of the stakeholder groups.

Cristian Contador
EL SAUCE - Mining and Real Estate Industry

We’ve been able to improve our stakeholder engagement, build a sustainability culture and gain credibility through certification.

​Enrique Elsaca​
CEMENTOS BIO BIO - Construction Industry

The SSINDEX tool, part of ESG COMPASS products, provides to companies direct feedback, similar to a face-to-face conversation. There’s nothing more valuable than that!

Juan Pablo Schaeffer​
Vicepresident of Sustainability and Corporate Affairs​
COLBUN - Electric Power Generation Industry

The results of this analysis led to us to build a sustainable business model that is supported and aligned to our stakeholders.

We capture ESG data from stakeholders in more than 80 different countries

average NPS
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average retention rate
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Frequently asked questions

If none of your questions were answered, please book a call with us, we will be happy to assist you.
Documented research, from respected universities in North America, Asia and Europe shows the predictive correlation between sentiment analysis and market performance, particularly on stakeholders’ feedback. Based on this evidence, we’ve connected sentiment analysis, deep learning and artificial intelligence to predict a companies’ risks and performance using ESG stakeholders’ analysis.
ESG agencies, indexes and reporting frameworks review information that the same companies in analysis reports using data from last fiscal year. This means that you are analyzing “self-reported information from the past” without any third-party verification, with a high chance that the information of this year could be different.

Based on a proprietary methodology created by Yale University experts, ESG COMPASS provides analysis of multiple stakeholders, capturing data from the web and also running different evaluations to employees, customers, suppliers, community, investors and other stakeholders of the companies in analysis, to anticipate risks and predict performance.
We help companies to create a 360 analysis of stakeholders, including employees, customers, suppliers, community, investors, government and others. This helps companies to replace an integrate traditional surveys, such as employee climate surveys, customers’ satisfaction surveys and others, reducing costs by 30%. Also, as we are able to correlate data from stakeholders, we get specific information that contributes to an increase stakeholders’ engagement by 12% annually. Finally, we help companies to identify at least 4 new risks on each analysis.
Because the ESG data that investors and lenders use is “self-reported by companies” and from the last fiscal year, they basically analyze companies’ good practices but not if that good practices are creating a positive impact on customers, employees, suppliers and in the whole business ecosystem. So, there are many cases that companies having a perfect score in all the ESG practices the industry requires are creating a negative value to its stakeholders. If this is the case, the company is a risky one instead. This is the new information that ESG COMPASS provides, and that in most cases is very useful for risks anticipation.

ESG COMPASS provides free analysis for companies that are members of business associations, with the objective to create confidential industry benchmarking. The only requirement is that at least 3 companies of an industry association participate. We have done plenty of industries analysis around the world, partnering Associations of banks, manufacturing, insurance, hospitals and clinics, utilities, between others.

Please contact us in case you would like to get further information.

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