Our data architecture is strategy agnostic, by design. Whether our clients are seeking to mitigate their risk, comply with regulations, benchmark best-practice, develop momentum and longer-term strategies, or are seeking Alpha the platform dashboard, custom reporting and API are versatile to suit client’s needs. Here are some examples of S-Factor's data applied.

Dynamic by structure

Agnostic by strategy

Versatile for customization

COVID-19 Social Data

The S-Factor Co. has been tracking companies' behaviours and change in behaviours regarding their ethics, supply chain, employees and communities since early Feb 2020 in real-time. This report captures 45 companies, across region and industry over 35 days as an example.


MSPI vs Market

The MSPI is S-Factor's Social Performance Index. It measures companies' social impact in relation to their compliance, best-practice norms, public sentiment, externalities and financial performance. Download the 2019 MSPI snapshot here.


MSPI vs ESG Indices

The difference between the MSPI (which is S-Factor’s Social Performance Index) and other ESG Indices on the market is the addition of 1,000s of social factor metrics and the proprietary algorithms which measure companies social policy compliance, best-practice behaviour and management, public sentiment, externalities, and their financial performance.



The case for the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is and will be, a notorious social-factor business case for years to come. The catastrophic cost of discounting the S-Factors in an ESG/Impact study cost substantial loss to the communities, stakeholders, shareholders, and its tertiary effects resulted in further loss of business not only within the region in non-related industries, but amongst the other industry players across its northern neighbouring border.


Ping An

While many companies’ insufficient social policies are being exposed by the pandemic, those with strong policies in place are thriving, in contrast to their peers. Ping An Insurance was one that stood out from our early Pandemic monitoring.



In our recent report released in March of 2020, we captured a 35-day period of this performance from February 13 through to March 18, 2020, for 45 specific companies across 3 regions, to demonstrate the case. We found that the tone of sentiment versus the quantifiable action by companies in a timely manner as it related to their inherent fiduciary care where they operate, clearly defined the outperformers in a predictable fashion.


SRI 2013

The most recent print version of the original MSPI report is the 2014 publication, prior to converting to our now enhanced digital version via The S Factor Co.


SRI 2012

The earliest MSPI reports begin recording performance in 2010, here is a sampling from our 2012 report covering 2011 FY for TSX.v Mining Companies.