Measure ESG’s effect on your business with real-time perception data

RepTrak continuously measures perception-based ESG data enabling companies to measure how ESG efforts are received and perceived by the public. Leverage ESG data to understand and guide your company’s ESG narrative.

Perception-Based ESG has a strong impact on your corporate reputation and business outcomes

Intangibles such as ESG and reputation are much more critical to the valuation of businesses today:

Reputation

94%

correlation between ESG perception score and reputation

Purchase Intent

90%

correlation between ESG perception score and purchase intent

Talent Acquisition

88%

correlation between ESG perception score and talent acquisition

Investment

88%

correlation between ESG perception score and investment

How RepTrak ESG Helps You

ESG is a part of the RepTrak for Communications, available as an integrated solution that provides a 360-view of the dynamic reputation landscape.

Improve your ESG standing by knowing exactly where you stand

  • ESG Insights: Assess how your company’s ESG efforts are perceived by the audiences you care about
  • Self-service: Access ESG insights 24/7 for a continuous view versus one snapshot in time
  • Baseline: Analyze your company’s performance across time and the stakeholders you care about
  • Benchmark: Use competitors and industry markers as points of reference
  • Business Outcomes: Link ESG to business KPIs and corporate reputation

Discover your ESG score today

RepTrak measures your company’s ESG perception score on a scale from 1 to 100 with 3 ESG drivers organized by machine learning.

Environmental impact

  • Reduces environmental footprint
  • Protects the environment
  • Positive Influence

Social performance

  • Improves people's lives
  • Cares for its employees
  • Offers equal opportunities

Governance standards

  • Positive economic contribution
  • Ethical and fair business practices
  • Operations and supply chain transparency
LEGO
JPMorgan Chase & Co
Amex
Emirates
cisco
P&G
Coca-Cola
Tesla
Novartis