Sustainable development is at the heart of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the sustainability agenda spans economic, social and, most importantly, environmental dimensions. However, the ambition and the challenges go beyond the sheer number of indicators that SDGs will entail and the volume and variety of data that will be required. Thus, as some information and communication technologies (ICTs) become more accessible, affordable and easy to use, there is merit for evaluators to seriously consider their potential role in meeting the challenges in evaluating SDGs. SDGs will have to be achieved, with or without evaluators in the loop. In addition, given that the ICTs available today can help evaluators collect and analyse a wide variety of data, existing evidence can be triangulated with more ease. Development professional’s deal with some of the most vulnerable populations and evaluators may be privy to some of the intricate details of their beliefs, opinions and lives.