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Posted on 5 November 2013 in Data Collection
by Emile Bakker
4 min

Knocking on an open door

I am knocking on an open door when I say that technology is constantly allowing us to change the way we work. But somehow I have the feeling that the data collection for Market Research Industry is trying very hard to ignore this. Let me list a number of developments I recently ran into which I expect to see emerging within the Market research sector.

Posted on 17 April 2013 in Agile
by Emile Bakker
3 min

Scrum development at Nebu

It is possible that you have heard about Scrum while talking to IT people or Product Managers. Also you may have noticed that what was usually called a Product Manager is now called a Product Owner.
Scrum is an interesting development, also for people not directly working with IT. It is not just a different method of process management for the IT people, but it is a revolution in the way of working by, and with, IT departments. Scrum translates into an extremely visible development of functionality and a very high level of engagement of stakeholders.
Posted on 26 March 2013 in Customer Feedback
by Eric van Velzen
2 min

Customer Feedback: What to Do Once You Have It?

Companies can'’t do without customer feedback: It enables them to communicate with their customer; to learn what is liked and what is disliked; to understand where improvements can be made, and to receive recognition for the service provided. How to get this feedback? Yes, you'’re right, just ask and you know the answer. This can work when you are a local shop, have face to face contact with your customers, and have built up a relationship. But what to do when you are a new venture, or an online company? In that case it can feel impossible to get to know your clients personally, even if you really would like to.


Posted on 14 March 2013 in Security
by Ian Roberts
2 min

The Online Conundrum: Balancing Trust with Reach

We all know the benefits of being online: speed of response, geographical spread, sample size. And are probably aware of the issues we face in our daily online lives: spam, phishing, identity theft.... But do we ever consider them together?


Posted on 12 March 2013 in Sampling
by Eric van Velzen
2 min

Integration of Market Research in Everyday Life

Imagine checking out of a hotel and receiving, within 10 minutes, (while you are in a taxi) a request to participate in a survey regarding your stay on your Smartphone. This really makes market research an integrated part of the service or product offering to your customers. Integration with these systems means that you can instantly trigger customer feedback on any event that occurs within a business process. 



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