Information is a significant input to decision making particularly in relation to fact-based management. In today’s interconnected and highly competitive world, decision makers must monitor the latest trends and attitudes in order to act on time. It may cost a fortune if you fell behind others.


In the recent years, the data collected via internet platforms makes surveys faster and cost-effective. In addition to online data collection, traditional surveys and interviews are widely administered too.


Surveys for healthcare

Whether you’re doing medical research in a university, hospital, or small clinic, surveys can be critical to understanding the population you serve. To improve the healthcare business, managers need to see the results from Healthcare Feedback Questionnaire, Health Insurance Survey, Women’s Health Research, Patient Care Satisfaction, Teen Health Survey, Medical Membership Survey, Healthcare Questionnaire for Relief Efforts. Also, it is hard to think medicine without clinical trials, including but not limited to Pilot studies and Feasibility Studies, Screening Trials, Prevention trials, Trials Looking at Causes and Patterns of Disease, Observational studies. Sequential Trials.

Surveys for business

Business surveys are mostly related to monitoring the latest trends and consumers attitudes through Market Description Surveys, Market Profiling-Segmentation Surveys, Stage in the Purchase Process / Tracking Surveys, Customer Intention – Purchase Analysis Surveys, Customer Attitudes and Expectations Surveys, New Product Concept Analysis Surveys, New Product Acceptance and Demand Surveys, Habits and Uses Surveys, Product Fulfillment Surveys, Competitive Product and Market Positioning, Brand Equity Surveys, Advertising Value Identification and Analysis Surveys, Advertising Media and Message Effectiveness Surveys, Sales Force Effectiveness Surveys, Sales Lead Generation Surveys, Customer Service Surveys, Customer Service Representative (CSR) Surveys— Attitudes, Burnout, Turnover, and Retention, Sales Forecasting and Market Tracking Surveys, Prices Setting Surveys and Elasticity of Demand Analysis.  


Surveys for economic and social indicators

International organizations and local policy makers follows economic and social survey results including but not limited to Annual Retail Trade Survey, Annual Services Report (Service Annual Survey) Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs, Annual Survey of Manufactures, Annual Wholesale Trade Survey, Business Dynamics Statistics, Business R&D Surveys, Business and Professional Classification Survey, County Business Patterns, Economic Census, Economic Census Industry Classification Report, Export Statistics, Management and Organizational Practices Survey.


Surveys for politics

Politicians and relevant parties have to monitor public opinion.

Surveys represent one of the most popular method of data collection in political research.