Computer Software

Companies that offer market research services related to computer software. Review and compare vendors able to conduct a research project associated with computer software, operating systems, computer instructions, computer procedures, etc.

14 results are displayed in randomized alpha order, starting with "I", after featured listings.

Infotools
Infotools

Your Knowledge Bank: a beautifully organised, powerfully intuitive platform for you to investigate, visualise & share insights from all your research.

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Ipsos
Ipsos

Ipsos offers six areas of market research specialization: advertising, loyalty, marketing, media, public affairs, and survey management.

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TRC
TRC

Research & analytics firm with expertise in new product research, message optimization, pricing research, conjoint, segmentation, brand equity value.

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eprobe Research Private Limited

As business has become global in the true sense with virtually no boundaries, it has become all the more important for today’s enterprises to have their operations running 24 X 7. It has become imperative to venture into the emerging economies, like India. Exploring the Indian cloud landscape by small, medium and large enterprises in the overall cloud ecosystem provides more opportunities for the cloud computing services in India.

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Advocacy and the Revenue Narrative: A Case Study

Don Ryan, Vice President, Technology Practice, Market Probe, Inc.

Don Ryan demonstrates the direct linkage between advocacy and measuring business performance. Ryan uses a 2011 survey of IT decision makers to illustrate Market Probe’s approach to using advocacy to measure customer experience and link it to specific financial and business outcomes, a methodology relevant across B2B and B2C sectors.

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The Adoption of Technological Change

Steven Yarnell, Paul Anderson, and Lesley Muir of Yarnell Inc.

Several overlapping processes create tension between IT, their users, and outside vendors, which affect the pace of technology adoption. Why vendors see customers as tortoises and customers see vendors as hares.

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