One of the most important challenges that we face at Openmet when it comes to customer surveys is the need for brevity. In general, the time spent by customers completing surveys tends to be very limited, and we have to make the most of that attention span to obtain as much feedback as possible….
Satisfaction surveys: How to choose the most suitable type for each case
When our clients ask for help with their projects to assess customer satisfaction or experience, there is one important aspect that needs to be decided from the word “Go” because it will dictate certain features of the study: the decision on how and which is the best system for conducting interviews or customer satisfaction surveys….
Why and How to Use Weightings in Electronic Surveys
When I talk about weighting survey data, I’m often met with facial expressions of the type ‘Huh?’ in the person I’m talking to. This article will attempt to uncover the mystery surrounding survey weightings by explaining what they are and when they can be useful. The basics: Sample, Universe and Inference Behind every survey or…