Gaining insight into customer satisfaction and shopping trends through experience tracking is a vital aspect of a business's efforts to stand out in its market. Through its suite of software tools, QuestionPro makes this task easier and more efficient with customizable survey creation, online and offline distribution, deep analytical tools, and robust reporting.
Today, the platform claims to create over one million surveys every month and over 10-million responses collected in that same period. It also has over five million users worldwide and over 15,000 business clients spanning across 40 nations.
QuestionPro and MindMeister announced a new partnership with the aim to modernize data intelligence through the integration of QuestionPro's powerful survey analytics platform and MindMeister's award-winning mind mapping software.
The Workplace Genome™ Project provides organizations with a simple research-based discovery process for understanding organizations' culture at their very essence—who they really are, how they really work, and what it is their employees really experience.
QuestionPro has expanded its offerings to capture evidence-based decision making in emerging markets such as India, China, and Latin America. Companies in these regions are adopting the tools and services for data processing and analytics.
Earlier this week, news broke that Seattle-based QuestionPro, a leading web-survey and market research company, has acquired Pollbob, a New Orleans-based startup at the forefront of the mobile social polling space.
QuestionPro, a web-survey and market-research company, has acquired PollBob, a small startup with a website and iPhone app for community polling.
QuestionPro is buying PollBob, a small New Orleans consumer Internet startup that specializes in online and mobile polling technology. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed, but QuestionPro CEO Vivek Bhaskaran tells GeekWire that the acquisition will help strengthen its battle against Survey Monkey, especially in the increasingly important mobile arena.
Most business owners have heard the statistic that 80% of new businesses fail within the first three years. One of the biggest reasons they reportedly fail is because they lack the information and related analysis to make a good decision.
I've been thinking a lot about influence lately. It seems that I'm not the only one. Mike Michalowicz wrote an article that talked about how you can grow your business by connecting with influencers and Guy Kawasaki gave us a real life example of how you can create a path for influencing behavior by setting up an environment for easy compliance.
When I looked at my e-mail and saw a message from MSNBC, I thought it was spam. MSNBC wanted to know if I would consider participating in a web series that paired entrepreneurs with small business mentors. I would be one of the mentors in addition to Tony Hawk and Daisy Fuentes.
Yeah - I know - you've got no extra cash. To get cash you need customers. To get customers, you need marketing. So how are you supposed to do any of that - with no cash.
Since I.m forever harping about finding out what.s important to your customer when they are buying what you.re selling, I've decided to go over a few on-line survey tools and help you figure out which one might be best for you and your customers.