Portfolio Managers

Can portfolio managers ignore the spatial-level risks associated with their portfolio companies? Understanding how facility-level factors can drive short-term and long-term portfolio valuation is becoming a core function for investment selection and portfolio management workflow, with over 270 spatial-level factors evaluating natural disasters, environmental exposures, carbon emissions, and local socio-economic conditions. SRS provides a comprehensive picture of spatial risks previously unattainable with existing ESG-based reporting solutions.

Research Analysts

Over 270 spatial-level risk factors to choose from in four major categories• Climate/Physical Risks• Carbon Emissions History• Environmental Hazards/Exposures• Socio-Economic ConditionsSRS can seamlessly embed these spatial factors into models, research reports, and forecasts.

Data Science Professionals

By standardizing hundreds of separate data schemas into a single knowledge graph solution optimized for AI, SRS provides a turn-key data solution that eliminates the time and effort in acquiring, transforming, and connecting open, regulatory, and satellite data sources.

M&A and Private Equity

Whether conducting company due diligence, spatial-level makeup, and exposures for sectors and industries, SRS provides an out-of-the-box solution to effectively evaluate these spatial-level footprints without incurring the large expense of bespoke project work.

Supply Chain and Logistics

By leveraging SRS' global map of facility location, function, and ownership, users can understand the impact of real-time impacts of natural disasters and geopolitical events.