Posts Tagged ‘Mobile survey’

Jeffrey Henning’s #MRX Top 10: Big Data is Only Human

Posted by Jeffrey HenningTuesday, October 29, 2013, 17:51 pm No Comments
Of the 2,155 unique links shared on #MRX in the past two weeks, here are 10 of the most retweeted.
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Analysis & Predictions Regarding the Confirmit & Kantar Acquisitions

Posted by Leonard MurphyWednesday, September 7, 2011, 18:26 pm 2 Comments
The strategic consolidation trend in market research continues, with two interesting announcements today. The first was the news that online survey software giant Confirmit was acquiring mobile research pioneer Techneos. The second was that Kantar had acquired the long on the auction block GMI and was rolling them into their Lightspeed panel offering. Both make sense for a variety of reasons, and both are very telling about how Confirmit and Kantar read the future of the industry. I also will be so bold as to make a prediction for the next steps Confirmit and Kantar will make to build off of these acquisitions within the next six months. Let's look at each one.
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Mobilizing Market Research: The Grand Finale – Moving Forward & Using The Mobile Toolbox

Posted by Carrie RobbinsTuesday, June 28, 2011, 23:11 pm 4 Comments
This was originally planned to be the 7th post in a 9 part series by Carrie Robbins, a recent Master’s Degree recipient who did her thesis on Mobilizing Market Research: The state-of-the-art, future evolution and implications of mobile data collection methods in the field of market research. I've decided the remaining sections work best as a single post, so I have combined 7-9 into this, the final post in the series. We're at the end of this great series and we're going out with a bang! This final post explores some of the variables to consider when determining what mobile research is appropriate for your study, dissects what the mobile revolution means fro market research industry, and gives a series of examples of the major applications for mobile research today. It truly is the "meat" of the series and will enable everyone interested in deploying mobile research to have a solid base to start from.
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