Guided Impact Reporting is built to produce accurate calculations. Users must grapple with essential questions that are often omitted when presenting effectiveness. What would have happened to participants had they not gone through the program? How might the program be affecting non-participants?
Fields are automatically validated and unusual inputs are flagged. Research literature is used to inform assumptions that could otherwise lead to substantial inaccuracies. ImpactMatters conducts a basic review of each report before publishing.