JI‑Analytics is a global high value‑add benchmarking and best practices analytics firm. Our mission is to produce the world’s best Excel based global high value-add benchmarking and best practices analytics, for senior decision‑makers facing the most important challenges at the intersection of Government, NGOs, and Business.
JI‑Analytics is a start‑up, seed funded and incubated by the Charles & Agnes Kazarian Foundation.
In 2023, JI‑Analytics took a major pivot in its business model to capitalize on its numeric analytical discovery and communication skills, and position the firm for exponential growth over the next decade. JI‑Analytics now focuses almost exclusively on its most valuable HVAs that analyze Government Financial Management (GFM) and Government Total Balance Sheet (GTBS), with the Citizens’ Wealth Framework 2023 10 KPIs. JI-Analytics shares its HVAs globally, including through the JI‑Analytics online store, to achieve the greatest possible social impact.
“JI‑Analytics cares about Government Financial Management because government financial decisions directly affect the probability of debt, currency, and financial crises, which have a disproportionally large impact on society’s most disadvantaged.”
JI‑Analytics’ analyses provide innovative frameworks to highlight important insights hidden from senior decision‑makers. Our analyses meet the “true and fair” standard of analytical integrity. JI‑Analytics uses every practical effort to obtain primary sourced comparable information and not rely on secondary or previously compiled sources.
Our high value-add analyses (“HVAs”) are priced at a very small percentage of their fair market value, in order to increase the distribution and social return on investment.
Click here to find a select number of our best high value‑add analyses (“HVAs”) and reports, available at the JI-Analytics online store, which is currently live in beta.
JI‑Analytics analyses cover three verticals: environmental, social, and public governance. Many of the analyses cross two or more verticals. Illustrative examples of crossover analyses include (in alphabetical order): Citizens’ Wealth performance metrics for 193 countries/governments updated semi-annually, electric vehicles industry performance, global financial contracts, government action financial impact, public financial management, public healthcare management, and public pension fund investment performance.
JI‑Analytics has produced 586 high value‑add analyses and reports. Our analyses empower senior decision‑makers to accomplish the “3‑Highs”: (i) high value‑add, (ii) high return on resources, and (iii) high impact. In addition to accomplishing the “3‑Highs”, JI‑Analytics’ analyses can be used to improve performance in what we refer to as the “4‑Es”: 1. Embracing global benchmarks and high value‑add best practices; 2. Expanding internal and external training; 3. Evaluating new investment decisions; and 4. Enabling independent third‑party verification.
JI‑Analytics’ research professionals have an average 15 years of customized continuing education and training from J‑Intersect University.
JI‑Analytics’ mission is guided by the principles of the seminal book New Philanthropy Benchmarking (“NPB”).
JI‑Analytics is an affiliate of The Charles & Agnes Kazarian Foundation and Japonica Partners.