Online Survey Hosting

Market research firms specializing in hosting online surveys. View companies that post quantitative surveys online and provide clients with the collected survey data. The client usually provides the questionnaire and performs data analysis.

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CatalystMR specializes full service research, online & mobile survey programming, hosting, consumer & B2B panel, & panel community developments.

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Jibunu programs and hosts online surveys for market research companies. We specialize in complex, custom projects requiring intensive programming.

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Qualtrics is the world’s leading enterprise survey technology provider, making it easy to capture real-time customer, market and employee insights.

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Querous provides advanced custom survey programming and hosting with specialized experience in General-Market, Hispanic, and Asian research.

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The current economic climate has caused some companies to defer or cancel market research projects. In many cases, a company may have correctly determined that the cost of completing a survey within the parameters required for actionable data is no longer possible given its current budget. However, defining exactly what those parameters should be is not always clear, and that is what mostly determines the project cost. This article focuses on the concept of incidence rates, which can be one of the most important cost considerations in designing market research surveys.

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