SSI Rolls Out New And Easy-To-Use Reporting Tool, DataView

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SSI today rolled out a new project reporting tool designed to help market research companies and project managers closely monitor fieldwork and view survey results quickly and easily.  SSI DataView is a real-time monitoring application that allows researchers to look at their data in several different ways – all on one dashboard.

The standard package, available to end-to-end clients who program and host with SSI, is a value-added tool to manage and view multiple projects from anywhere at any time.  It allows users to view executive, topline findings or granular details; export filtered data, tables and charts for reporting purposes; present data through a range of visualization options, and compare and contrast data from multiple countries.  The tool is presented in an intuitive and mobile-friendly design.

“Once again, solidifying our leadership position in B2B and B2C project work, SSI DataView provides our end-to-end clients an accurate view, right at their fingertips, of all their market research project data, so they can be confident their research efforts are fielding correctly,” said Bob Fawson, chief product officer at SSI.

“The overview is great to have so we can see progress quickly ourselves without involving SSI experts,” said Stewart Thomson, client services director, Tapestry Research.  Tapestry was part of the initial pilot phase of DataView.

“I can see us using SSI DataView’s topline viewer during fielding for a quick heads-up on questions.  This looks too good for a first version to market.  It has everything I need and exceeds my expectations.”

“Clients can check on project status at any time by clicking on the SSI DataView link.  Because it is so easy to perform mid-field checks and quickly answer questions without having to wait on an expert, the tool provides peace of mind,” added Fawson.

“More and more customers across the globe are asking for programming and hosting services.  This new tool adds another level of convenience to our end-to-end solution set,” explained Mark Slobbe, senior vice president, operations at SSI.

“With more than 170 foreign language survey programmers and developers working in-house worldwide, SSI provides quick project turnaround times and unmatched expertise in the latest survey design techniques across all modes including mobile.  It should be no surprise that more than 3,000 clients value SSI’s end-to-end solution.”

SSI’s programming and hosting services also provide clients an around-the-clock dedicated support team ensuring fast, accurate and reliable service, and coders who understand project objectives, cultures and context.  A proprietary, automated diagnostic offering – the SSI QuestTest tool – is also used to check for issues, errors and mobile compatibility prior to fielding.

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