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  • Food Nutrition Research

    The study faced two major problems. The first: navigating the in-depth survey without introducing error. Carrying out long questionnaires on paper increases the chance of making a mistake, especially if sections need to be skipped.

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  • Medical and Health Research

    When it came to assigning a test kit to a participant, keeping track of ID numbers was going to be a real problem. Kathy used iSURVEY’s barcode scanner feature to ensure that the right kit was assigned to the right person, every single time.

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  • Non Profit

    The real advantage for Global Communities came from droidSURVEY’s remote survey assignments. From his office in the US, Josh was able to make changes on the fly, and send updated forms to any device, anywhere in the world.

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  • Inspections

    The challenge for Karim was finding a data collection solution that could be adapted to any situation, from restaurant and retail inspections, all the way to banking and billboards.

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  • Museums and Attractions

    Andréa works with museums all around the world, and she is constantly recommending iSURVEY. “It’s been really fantastic and I don’t see us ever looking to another service,” she said. “We’re super happy with it".

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  • Academic Research

    Getting people to open up and answer truthfully is a challenge. “I chose to use an iPad survey rather than a paper and pen survey,” Kristi explains. “I wanted to give my participants the privacy to feel more comfortable answering honestly.”

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  • Inspections

    The Center for Evaluation and Research at the University of California, Davis needed to gather multimedia data from over 10,000 locations in the state of California. Evaluation Assistant Catherine Dizon made it happen with the iSURVEY app.

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  • House Tenancy Survey

    When it came time to survey their tenants in Western Australia’s remote Kimberley district, program development executive Simon Wade switched out old-fashioned paper and pen surveys for iSURVEY, to amazing results.

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  • Confidential Surveys

    Because his research involves gay men, operating in Ghana means that his respondents are at risk of arrest if their answers are revealed. “We don’t like walking around with pieces of paper with people’s names on them,” he explains. “We don’t want people filling out papers and then the police walk in and confiscate [them].”

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  • Developing World Surveys

    Find out how Tim harnessed the mobile revolution to make data collection quicker and easier when testing the effectiveness of a program empowering women in Tanzania.

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