EXPRESS

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EXPRESS

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The EXPRESS platform is our online survey platform that is used for developing screeners, consumer behaviour questions, and explicit attitudinal questions. Its extensive range of question types and customisable templates make it attractive for researchers, marketers, academics, students, and other professionals.

Whether your market research is aimed at gathering customer feedback, gaining a better understanding of your target audience, or event feedback, EXPRESS has the components you will need. Its wide variety of question types, including multiple-choice, open-ended, rating scales, and more, allow you to design surveys that can get the right data you need.

In addition, EXPRESS has been designed to be uber user-friendly, even for those who are not tech-savvy. The intuitively designed interface enables you to create and customise surveys with ease. Its pre-designed templates can be easily modified, also saving you time and effort.

In addition, the data collected can be downloaded in Excel format and can be imported into SPSS for statistical analysis, making it a powerful research tool.

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Overall, EXPRESS is a useful resource for anyone looking to develop surveys that collect data in an effective, efficient, and accurate way. It is ideal for professionals in various fields who need to conduct surveys and gather detailed consumer data.

While our EXPRESS platform is currently exclusive to DIT (Do-It-Together) projects, we are working on making it available as a SaaS DIY (Do-It-Yourself) platform in the near future. If you are interested in using our platform, please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.

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If you partner with Split Second Research to develop and conduct traditional surveys for you, rest assured that you will receive high-quality results in record time. Our clients have consistently reported that our survey process is the fastest in town. Additionally, we receive positive feedback from our respondents through online panels such as Lucid, CINT, Dynata, Prodege, and Pure Spectrum for our B2C surveys. They find our surveys enjoyable, innovative, and distinctive.

split second research market research agency clients include cint, dynata, prodege, purespectrum

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