Many organizations, motivated or pushed to prove that their programs work, have developed M&E systems that are too big, leaving staff with more data than they can manage. In addition, the data that are available often resemble a “box-ticking” exercise, failing to provide the information needed to support decisions, learning, and improvement. For other organizations, data collection efforts are too small, providing little to no information about program performance, let alone their impact on people’s lives.
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Enlyft tracks the use of over 12,500 technologies and has proprietary data on over 15 million companies worldwide.
INNOVATIONS FOR POVERTY ACTION uses 73 different technologies from 10 different vendors. They have above average use of several technologies including Litmos, IT service management (ITSM) and Microsoft.NET.
INNOVATIONS FOR POVERTY ACTION uses products from 10 different product categories.They are particularly heavy users of products in Cloud Platforms & Services, Analytics, and Web Content Management.