At SocialCops, what we do is driven by our mission of creating meaningful impact. Whether it is helping an organization to make its everyday decisions smarter or powering a national scheme that makes life better for 50 million women, it is always the impact that matters.

April was one humbling and proud month for us #InsideSocialCops, taking us a step closer to the mission while adding to the momentum. Here is why!

What we have been up to lately

Continuing the effort to improve access to clean cooking fuel, awareness events called LPG Panchayats were conducted at 15,000 locations across the country. We are proud to have enabled the real-time monitoring of this initiative. Here is an image of these LPG Panchayats!

All work and no play? That’s not how we do it! April saw our team gearing up to have fun coding and creating lots of cool hacks. Some new people joined the team, bringing stories and perspectives from different corners of the world. Going by the long-standing ritual, the battle of Captain’s ball was fought again and how!

We’re always adding new powerful features to the arsenal of our data collection platform, Collect. With the most recent updates, it is now easier than ever before to view your captured images, create new forms, and analyze your data. Read more about them here.

What we are reading

This month’s reading list takes an interesting dive into the human brain. Whether it is designing healthy habits, building trust, or truly understanding a concept — here is something to help you stay on top of it all. Read on!

First Principles: The Building Blocks of True Knowledge →

Our 6 Must Reads For Creating and Accelerating Trust on Teams →

Nir Eyal on designing healthy habits – and the psychology behind them →

Who we are hiring

If you are looking for an opportunity to create unparalleled impact, we have the right one for you. We are now hiring for positions across the team! Whether you are a tech pro or a sales pundit, come join us in helping the world make better decisions. Learn more and apply.