Measuring business data for compliance and intangible assets


Quantitatve measurement of live data for compliance reporting and strategic direction means is critical for better business decisions.

Our world is interconnected, unpredictable and fast-changing. ‘According to McKinsey (2018) [1] “compared with the First Industrial Revolution, we estimate that this change is happening 10 times faster and at 300 times the scale, or roughly 3,000 times the impact”. McKinsey.

We enable you to merge compliance reporting and strategic needs in fast-moving markets where you need to respond quickly. 

We build platforms statistically analysing dynamic data unobtrusively. This creates new models for measuring increasingly complex data compliance models like CSRD. It can also measure intangible assets, like people’s skills and brand.



COVID-19 has disrupted global supply chains and has moved the world towards de-globalisation. It has changed working arrangements, businesses’ ability to trade, consumer behaviours, and the role of the state. It has also created a new social contract between business and society. Step-by-step, the importance of intangible assets grew – from around 17% of S&P asset value in 1975, to 32% in 1985, to 68% another decade later in 1985, and ultimately exceeding 80% in the last 10-15 years. This has been closely linked to the changes in the economic landscape, with technology-driven service companies becoming increasingly prominent, while industries famous for their holdings of property, machinery, and other tangible assets, have slowly given way.’ (KPMG).

By micro-measuring performance throughout an organisation intangible assets can credited to the Balance Sheet. We show companies how to achieve the triple bottom line of increased profit, increased value and sustainable business models.

Total Societal Impact (TSI) measures intangible assets. It should be built in to all the business models because adopting TSI, in conjunction with TSR (Total Shareholder Return), is a way for business and finance to contribute to a more sustainable world with increased margins.



Businesses incorporating TSR (Total Shareholder Return) and TSI (Total Societal Impact) did better in all respects.

The increase in value of companies using TSI and TSR was between 3% and 19%, depending on operating sectors.


Apart from the founders, we have a talented and committed team of people with many skills; Software Development, Information Systems, Learning and Skills, Company Culture, and Environmental Technology.

Steve Cushing

Steve Cushing


Steve is an addicted lifelong learner, author, teacher, education consultant, and DJ. With over 400 education books published, Steve has been involved in writing curriculum, assessment programs and educational TV programs around the world. Recently, he has been designing and developing QDE data engine.

He is also an acknowledged expert in psychometrics and cognitive science, and he has worked on large-scale projects on assessment, skills development, and curriculum development in the UK, USA, and Gibraltar.

His job title is ’42’ because he has the answer to everything!

Christopher Heron

Christopher Heron


Chris is a passionate, ‘unicorn breeder’ and ‘futurati’ who is fascinated by Quantum Physics.

He lost interest in school at 16 but, thanks to a successful rugby career, he was lucky to find employment with some sports-minded people in the travel industry!

He learned his business skills practically by starting several successful businesses then becoming a university lecturer in a business school in Cambridge, UK. His mix of his divergent thinking and business skills, knowledge of technology make him a great disruptor.

Vivagogy Asset Holdings Limited (Ireland),Company Reg Number: 665573.