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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Since 1979, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, a world class ballooning event in Bristol, UK, has been drawing crowds. This year’s 33rd Bristol International Balloon Fiesta drew over 100 colourful balloons and an excited crowd of approximately 500,000. The Snap Surveys Balloon Team has enthusiastically taken part in this event for several years. Look out for the Snap balloon, it flies regularly in and around Bristol. View more pictures from this year’s event
Snap Survey Software customers RNIB asked us to work with them on an online survey template that was more accessible for screen readers.
We have made a number of changes to Snap to improve the way Snap questionnaires interact with text readers, and created a template to aid accessibility further for people with visual impairments.
Scanning is the most cost effective and speedy way to gather data from large volumes of paper questionnaires. However, some organisations prefer manual data entry, or to outsource data entry entirely.
Kristian Barker, Consultation Co-ordinator at Pendle Borough Council is a recent convert to scanning. Continue reading