Keep track.

 EnviroLytical helps you organize contacts, conversations, outreach activities and more. Whether you have 200 or 20,000 project contacts, EnviroLytical helps you manage your data to ensure accurate and consistent record-keeping. Sophisticated features save you time by streamlining data entry, validating information, and removing duplicates.

Know what it means.

EnviroLytical provides ways to tag, filter and report what people are saying. Share customized reports that synthesize comments by date or particular topic. For geographical data, use Envirolytical to show your results on a map.

Do it in real time.
 The secure, web-based application makes information accessible from anywhere with Internet access. EnviroLytical lets yousearch and report your information so you can respond to last minute requests with accurate information in real-time. 

Gensuite LLC is the exclusive world-wide licensee and service provider for Gensuite®, a suite of award-winning, integrated Web applications enabling compliance and Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) excellence. As a result of over 12 years of Six Sigma EHS digitization innovation, Gensuite now consists of over 60 modules spanning the entire EHS spectrum. Additional modules serve functions such as sustainability, quality, compliance, security, and sourcing. All modules are developed on the same innovative and patented architecture(U.S. Patent US7640165).

Gensuite LLC’s founders, management teams, and technical support staff are passionately committed to building partnerships, understanding business-specific compliance programs and providing the digital solutions and services that address customer needs in the most effective and cost-efficient manner.

Our mission is to be the turnkey partner for compatible subscribers of the Gensuite platform, with services spanning hosting, maintenance, support, customization, implementation & strategy consulting and continuous product evolution.

The core purpose of Stakeware is to help companies work with their stakeholders to effectively drive their sustainability and corporate responsibility strategy.

StakeWare on-demand software provides a holistic and systematic way to engage with your stakeholders, drive organizational awareness and alignment, and respond to the most important issues of your entire stakeholder community. Built on salesforce.com’s Force.com platform, StakeWare has already helped numerous Fortune 500 companies understand the impact of their sustainability initiatives, focus on the areas of greatest value, and embed sustainability into their corporate DNA.

StakeWare built on the force.com platform was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Francisco.

Where it all began

Darzin Software was set up in 2004 by Allison Hendricks. Through her twenty odd years of experience working in the stakeholder engagement field, Allison came to realise the need for simple yet effective consultation management software. Efficient tools to manage the volumes of data generated through stakeholder engagement programs were sorely needed. Tools of the day (spreadsheets and basic databases) treated the data in very simplistic ways and did nothing to extract any real knowledge from the data. Two key things were missing:

  • The ability to efficiently manage the large volumes of data stakeholder engagement programs can generate
  • The ability to effectively communicate the results of the stakeholder engagement process to the decision makers – turning largely qualitative data into easily understood information

Our vision

Our vision for Darzin is for informed decisions, leading to better outcomes for our communities through dramatic improvements in data management.

Darzin was created with three main objectives in mind:

  1. Make the process of data management and distribution more efficient
  2. Extract knowledge from qualitative data
  3. Present information in formats easily understood by decision makers.

You will see these objectives reflected in the design of Darzin. Our focus is on streamlining and automating the data collection process where ever possible. We spend a lot of time ensuring the user interface is intuitive and friendly, constantly working towards making Darzin easier and faster to use. Our qualitative analysis tool still remains a key distinguishing factor for Darzin, no other software yet has anything that comes even close to it. Our focus on extracting knowledge from data means that Darzin has over 50 standard reports, including maps, charts, lists and tables.

Our team

  • Experts in the community engagement field, particularly in relation to evaluation, consultation data management, stakeholder engagement process design (including deliberative processes).
  • User-friendly consultation management software developers

What we do

Although our “main job” is to design innovative stakeholder management software we are not just a bunch of IT geeks, we take responsibility to make sure our software delivers required outcomes. You can have confidence that you are dealing with a team that understands your needs and is on top of and leading the industry in innovative stakeholder engagement and community consultation practice. We work with you to help you design your project (if you need this help) and identify solutions.

  • Assist you with designing new processes/projects, fixing up existing data, training, coaching, designing for effectiveness and evaluation
  • Design leading industry community and stakeholder engagement approaches into a software solution

Our customers

Today Darzin is in its fourth version and is used by a wide and diverse range of clients. Our clients come from many sectors – government; infrastructure; mining; construction; water, gas and electricity utilities; consulting; waste management; etc. The common element they all share is that they all interact with the public and stakeholders, and all need ways to efficiently manage stakeholder relationships and community engagement processes.


The Praxis Group™ specializes in public and stakeholder consultation, survey and market research, socio-economic impact assessment, and strategic advisory consulting. Our clients draw from the public, private and non-profit sectors. Over the course of nearly thirty years, our projects have ranged from one-day workshops to multi-year, regional, national, and international assignments.

At Praxis, we believe it is essential to involve people and organizations in the decisions that affect them. Thus, one of our primary goals is to improve the quality of decision-making for our clients. We believe that better decisions create more effective and efficient organizations and improve the quality of life for individuals and communities.

We believe that each client’s needs are unique and require individualized solutions that will be practical, effective and sustainable. As such, we custom design decision-making processes, draw together experienced project teams, and use innovative tools and techniques for obtaining, recording and analyzing data. Through this approach we are able to generate accurate actionable information for each client.

Stakeholder Tracking System©

Praxis developed the Stakeholder Tracking System© (STS) as a consultation tool to assist clients with information management for projects and activities involving interactions with stakeholders and business contacts. Offering flexibility, accessibility, scalability, and security the STS provides a solution for managing large volumes of data while maintaining data accuracy and integrity.

Flexibility: Its modular structure provides ultimate flexibility allowing Praxis to tailor the STS to the immediate needs of the client and to modify system features as the client’s needs change. The STS can also assist clients with capturing stakeholder information required for regulatory processes.

Accessibility: The STS is a web-based system accessible from any broadband internet connection. Based on open standards, it is compatible with most operating systems and web browsers. This means that both staff in the home office and those in the field can access and use the STS at any time from any place. The portal is password protected to ensure data security and to comply with both federal and provincial privacy of information legislation.

Scalability: The STS consists of multiple modules, which can be turned on and off depending on the client’s needs. Even features within modules can be turned on or off depending on the complexity of tasks and processes of any given project. The STS can easily be customized to support projects of any size. To date, the STS has been used for projects ranging from 400 to 40,000 stakeholders in a variety of consultation processes.

Security: To ensure physical data security, the STS is hosted on Praxis’ remote servers located within the Q9 Networks data centre in Calgary. Q9 Networks is a leading Canadian outsourced data infrastructure provider offering state-of-the-art data security and guaranteed 100 percent power supply and accessibility (www.q9networks.com). All remote access to the STS System is secured using 256 bit strong SSL encryption (Secure Sockets Layer).

Core STS modules:

  • Stakeholder Tracking
  • Document Respository
  • Calendar
  • Discussion Forums
  • Photo/Image Gallery

Other main features and sub-modules:

  • Integrated Mapping
  • SPIN II Land Data Importing
  • Importing and Exporting of Contact Data
  • Surveys, Questionnaires and Comment Sheets
  • Emergency Response Planning

To learn more about the many features STS offers, see our STS Brochure.  If you would like to arrange a personal demonstration or have questions regarding our customized STS packages, ranging from $249.00 to $1,999.99/month, please contact us at [email protected].

Augure’s mission

Our aim is to provide PR and communication professionals with a software that will help them:

  • UNDERSTAND what is said about their brands in the media and on social networks.
  • IDENTIFY the opinion leaders that really matter in their industry OR Key opinion leaders who really count in the industry.
  • IMPROVE the impact of their campaigns
  • MEASURE the ROI of their actions.

Our trade secret

We design and develop our solutions being fed by our customers expectations.

How do they do it?

  • 1

    While project- planning

    they can count on in-depth information concerning all of the stakeholders and influencers in their sector.

  • 2

    While a campaign is in progress,

    teams log in to a shared workspace that lets them synchronize their actions(content distributions, event management, meetings…) no matter where they are.


  • 3

    When the time comes to evaluate their reputation,

    they access to accurate indicators, in order to track the evolution of their company’s reputation in the media and on social networks.

  • 4

    When a crisis occurs,

    teams are alerted immediately and can quickly identify the key influencers involved in the discussion in order to deploy a timely and appropriate action plan.

  • 5

    In an international context,

    they are able to benchmark the performance of different countries and different brands using transversal and consistent criteria.

The Stakeholder Circle ® is designed to enhance the management of a business unit, organizational activity, or project’s stakeholder community to the benefit of the stakeholders and the activity. It is a proven methodologysupported by robust, easy to use tools.

In five easy steps Stakeholder Circle helps you to:

  1. Identify your activity’s stakeholders and understand their needs
  2. Prioritize the stakeholders
  3. Map their profile
  4. Develop an engagement strategy
  5. Monitor changes over time as you update and review the SH community at major change points in the activity

What is Stakeholder Circle

To see how effective this stakeholder management methodology is, you can log into a free version of the Stakeholder Circle database for a 30 day trial, or preview the simpler template, or Excel spreadsheet. The tools are pre-loaded with sample data from the ‘Paradise Utility Corporation‘ (download the PDF case study). The trial database includes a project file populated with sample data and one clean file for you to create your own project data.


How does it work?

To assist in developing an effective stakeholder mapping and management system for your organization, we have developed an integrated range of products and services. Our overall system includes:

SustaiNet: The Path to Better Public Consultation Software


The Challenge: Inadequate Options for Complex Requirements

We developed Staketracker® with clear objectives in mind.  The software had to be easy to use, the process had to be simplified, all the data had to be captured in the correct place in the database, and the reporting process had to be simple and efficient, ensuring reports were easy to produce.

SustaiNet Software Solutions Inc. was formed in early 2004 as the exclusive Canadian distributor of a variety of environmental and community engagement software solutions from various global suppliers.

Our primary focus was to provide a software solution that efficiently managed the large amounts of environmental and community engagement data that needed reporting. We were dealing with companies that had years of data spread out in binders and spreadsheets across different offices and regions. Pulling things together for final reports was an expensive, time consuming task.

The old model of using spreadsheets or adapted management systems didn’t adequately manage the data, particularly when challenged by regulators or the courts.

The Realization: We Can Build A Better System!

StakeTracker emerged as a result of our experience selling stakeholder tracking software in Canada for a number of other vendors. We soon realized that these suppliers did not fully understand the Canadian stakeholder engagement environment – the nuances and complexities of which were not well represented in their software.

As SustaiNet began to learn more about the market it became increasingly clear that the products available had significant challenges when it came to processing the complex activities related to stakeholder data management and reporting. These shortcomings became evident with smaller projects and initiatives with shorter timelines and became compounded for larger long-term projects, costing organization time and money as projects and legal requirements grew in complexity.

Larger data sets are becoming the norm during the regulated approval processes that large projects face. New court rulings and legislative requirements can crop up long after your process is started. Meeting these requirements is essential to ensuring your employees and contractors get to work, and that your shareholders and investors are happy.

The Objective: Better Stakeholder Communications Tracking

This fresh approach gave the SustaiNet team considerable flexibility to create the right product from the onset, as opposed to just adopting another product.

Here are the things SustaiNet focused on when we developed our StakeTracker stakeholder management software :

  1. Easy to Use, Great Reporting Capabilities: In developing StakeTracker SustaiNet had clear objectives: The software had to be easy to use, the process had to be simplified, all the data had to be captured in the correct place in the database, and the reporting process had to be simple and efficient, ensuring reports were easy to produce.
  2. New Database Model: To create StakeTracker, we set up a whole new database model, built to be much more robust and to take into account and easily track the complex and changing relationships that public consultation professionals know so well. The SustaiNet team started from scratch. We discussed needs, challenges, and wishes with dozens of Public Consultation professionals, looking at what was, and was not working in the current solutions. This fresh approach gave the team considerable flexibility to create the right product, as opposed to just adopting another product.
  3. Usability: Usability, for everyone from the CEO to the data entry clerk and the database wizard, was key in developing StakeTracker, and has been a continuing mission. Through the Software-as-a-Service model, SustaiNet is able to ensure that improvements are constantly made, usability improves, and the right reports and data is readily available as new requirements are instituted.
  4. Managing Complex and Increasing Relationships, Communications and Commitments: SustaiNet focuses on the more complex stakeholder consultation, public participation and community engagement markets. We now provide appropriate software tools that have proved to be efficient in managing and tracking the input, communications, discussions, issues, concerns and interests of concerned stakeholders and citizens.

The company Boréalis, founded in 2004, is the result of a unique concept combined with an innovative approach.

Boréalis was first created after the founders saw a huge gap on the ground in social and environmental impact management in the context of large international infrastructure projects such as those found in the mining and oil & gas industries.

Over the years, Boréalis team members have realized that good communication and efficient data transmission between the site teams and corporate management are key conditions for companies to achieve better social and environmental outcomes.

Therefore, a key focus for the company is to bridge the gap between projects, or site-based operations, and corporate strategy and reporting in the mining and oil & gas industries.

As a result, Boréalis offers a holistic solution that combines expertise in the mining and oil & gas sectors with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) software. We provide integration services to streamline our clients’ business processes and ensure that they are equipped to fulfil their sustainability and CSR commitments.

The BoréalisIMSTM suite includes several personalized products and services that meet the social and environmental performance needs of our clients :

  •  Modules adapted to their needs and the particularities of their projects throughout the world.
  • Tailor-made support services, which include defining business processes, implementing and integrating them, as well as providing support, customer services and adapted training for various types of users.
  • Mobile applications that enable the remote acquisition of data from the field using BoréalisIMSTM.

Positive engagement with host communities can’t rely on good intentions alone. To make sure a company’s presence accords with your neighbours’ own aspirations and best interests, you need an effective process to help create and implement your sustainable development policies. Anglo American’s Socio-Economic Assessment Toolbox (SEAT) does just that.

Core Objectives of SEAT
  • Provide guidance and support for achieving full compliance with the Social Way – Anglo American’s framework of requirements for social performance management during project development, operation and closure.
  • Identify key social and economic impacts and issues that need to be managed and, thereby, improve risk management.
  • Assess existing social performance initiatives, such as community development projects, and identify where improvements are required.
  • Facilitate the capture and sharing of best practice across Anglo American.
  • Improve each operation’s understanding of the full range of local stakeholders, their views and interests; provide guidance in developing and updating annual Stakeholder Engagement Plans (SEPs), and increase trust and goodwill among host communities.
  • Support sustainable socio-economic development in host communities and ensure that we respect human rights.
Key steps in SEAT

SEAT helps managers analyse their operation’s sphere of influence and impacts, and provides a framework for formulating management responses and reporting back to stakeholders.

The SEAT process is divided into seven steps, with each step supported by a number of tools.

  • Profile the Anglo American operation and the host community
  • Engage with stakeholders
  • Assess and prioritise impacts and issues
  • Improve social performance management – how we interact with our stakeholders
  • Deliver enhanced socio-economic benefits to host communities
  • Develop a social management plan
  • Prepare a SEAT report and feedback to stakeholders

Each of our operations runs a new SEAT assessment every three years.

SEAT plays a central role in our programmes to meet the requirements of the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) sustainability principle 9 (i.e. to contribute to the social, economic and institutional development of the communities in which the Company operates).

All senior and site-based personnel who are responsible for community relations are trained in the use of the SEAT process.

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