ISS Incentive Lab

ISS Incentive Lab

Innovative Data and Analytics for Complex Executive Compensation Decisions

As companies increasingly expand the use of performance-based awards, they need a clear line-of-sight into the impact of important design decisions.
Recently acquired by ISS, Incentive Lab is a provider of innovative tools and analysis that help address the key issues brought about by the growing complexity of executive compensation plans, such as:

  • Valuing performance-based awards to better test and understand the impact of design changes
  • Evaluating award design choices such as metric selection and goal setting
  • Identifying key differences in compensation levels and design using peer comparisons

Whether you're a company or a corporate consultant, ISS Incentive Lab provides superior data and essential insight into executive compensation practices. Download our brochure or email us at to learn more.





Award Simulator

ISS Corporate Solutions is pleased to announce the release of the Award Simulator in mid-May 2015. By combining extensive executive compensation data with advanced analytics, the Award Simulator gives Human Resources, Boards, and Executives powerful new tools to design and manage performance awards and helps answer questions such as:

The Award Simulator models the Expected Value and Payout Probabilities of performance-based awards, providing a clear understanding of how plan design decisions influence award value – metric selection, goal setting, payout levels, and other design choices.  Download this brochure for more details.

ICS Award Simulator is a web-based tool used by companies and compensation consultants to provide a clear line-of-sight into the value and achievability of performance-based awards.  Email us at to learn more.

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