Now Available: VCECS 2022, powered by Pave

September 26, 2022
min read
Miguel Chavez

We are proud to release the 2022 VCECS, powered by Pave. 

We know that executive compensation is high stakes, which is why it’s critical to use accurate and reliable benchmarks. We are thrilled to release Executive Compensation (VCECS) in Pave. Executive Compensation by Pave offers world class cash and equity executive compensation benchmarks powered by verified, real-time data from 3,000+ companies. Access Executive Compensation data today.

Like VCECS of the past, Executive Compensation by Pave provides free, best-in-class cash and equity compensation benchmarks for executives, filterable to make sure you’re pulling the right benchmark every time. 

The future of Executive Compensation

Unlike VCECS of the past, there’s no manual, annual survey to spend hours completing, no waiting months between sharing data and receiving data, and no stale or old data. Executive Compensation by Pave is 100% integration driven, meaning that participating takes less than 5 minutes, and the data shared in Executive Compensation is a reflection of what the market is paying today. 

Additionally, Executive Compensation participants will get full access to the Pave employee benchmarking data, which includes access to 320,000+ real-time cash & equity compensation data points. This will give you more confidence when pricing offers, creating compensation bands, or giving raises, no matter what level. 

We hope that you like the new Executive Compensation experience! Sign up for VCECS, powered by Pave here.

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Miguel Chavez
Option Impact Lead
Miguel leads the Option Impact team at Pave. Prior to his work at Pave and Option Impact, he spent 10+ years at Vanguard.

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