Join Snap Training Consultant Marc Ellison for a one hour online training session on Batch Reporting on 28 February 2012.
Marc will show you how to set-up batches in order to automatically produce results from a large number of pre-defined analysis. This is particularly useful when the same set of results is required on a regular basis, batches negate the need for tables and charts to be specified individually.
The webinar is designed to help you become more familiar with creating batches and the different options associated with running and exporting batches.
The webinar will cover:
- Types of batch instruction
- Creating a new batch
- Using filters, notes and instructions in batches
- Exporting batches
Snap Surveys Research Services team offer Smart Reporting, we deliver bespoke tailored automated reporting projects for you, Find out more
Snap 'bite size' training webinar
Join Snap Survey software for a one hour online training session – How to improve the look of tables & charts. Trainer Marc Ellison will show you how to customise Snap’s default analysis templates in order to gain a consistent look and feel to your tables and charts.
The webinar is designed to help you become more familiar with the options used to customise Snap’s table and chart templates. Continue reading
Corona Insights, a Denver Colorado based consultancy, switched to using Snap Surveys around three years ago.
David Kennedy Research Manager at Corona Insights comments:
“Overall it’s been great. Before we were using a very simplistic platform and it was difficult to keep up with developments in online research. We appreciate the updates we receive from Snap and are always keen to see the new tools and abilities within it.”
“We use the Snap analysis pack a lot and other statistics for various types of analyses. It’s
great how efficiently you can whip out a batch of results and dig into the data straight away
without having to do a lot more preparation for the analysis.”
David has some interesting insights into the way the research industry is going, the role of social media and the growth of more integrated packages that pull together research and data from multiple modes.
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Free Snap webinar 24 January 2012: Smart Reporting
Tuesday 24 January 2012 3:00PM GMT / 10:00 US Eastern
This free 30 minute webinar will be hosted by Snap’s Nathan Pritchard and Senior Research Manager Ed Hockey. They will take delegates through some of the smart reporting projects we have delivered for clients. Smart reporting solutions can incorporate contextual reporting, benchmarking, automated reports and more!
Ed will introduce delegates to some of our recent smart reporting projects and products; he will discuss what the clients wanted to achieve, and how Snap’s smart reporting is now helping these organisations to gather and share information more effectively.
Register for your place today
Automated analysis makes running reports easier
You can create reports in Snap that publish a set of analyses automatically. This is done by creating a batch. You add all the analyses you want in the report to the batch, then run the batch to generate the report.
In Snap software batches allow you to generate reports by giving Snap a series of instructions. You can define tables, charts, maps or lists to be included in the report. Continue reading
Snap Surveys is an official licenced supplier of analysis and reporting services for GPAQ (General Practice Assessment Questionnaire). If you need help with managing the GPAQ survey and GPAQ reporting email the team for more information. Continue reading
Simon Williams is Research Manager at Leeds Federated Housing, a UK Social Housing organisation. Simon has used Snap’s survey software for 4 years and says he likes Snap because he finds it easy to use to create surveys and deliver results which can be analysed quickly.
Most of the surveys the team carry out are still paper based as they find paper surveys still work better for them than other modes. They have started adding survey links to their website and would like to do more email surveys. A touch screen ‘reception survey’ has been set up in the customer reception area. (NB: Snap enables you to easily create and publish questionnaires for paper, online, smartphone, kiosk, phone and iPad surveys) Continue reading
In 2009, Hugh Inwood, Director at The Research Box was approached by the British Holiday & Home Parks Association (BH&HPA) to develop an automated means of collecting customer satisfaction data. BH&HPA is an organisation representing the interests of the British holiday parks industry. Membership is made up of the owners and managers of park home estates, touring and tenting parks, caravan holiday home parks, chalet parks and self-catering accommodation. Continue reading