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Research papers

Using computer mice to enhance data capture

This paper reviews the contribution that a computer mouse can offer with respect to enhancing Computer Aided Personal Interviewing (CAPI). The paper briefly refers to the new advantages and problems that CAPI has introduced, and goes on to discuss...

Catalogue: Seminar 1992: Do New Technologies Help Or Hinder Marketing Decisions?
Author: Ray Poynter
June 15, 1992

Research papers

Customer satisfaction application in the information technology sector

If we had to sum up this telephone survey in three words, they would be: simplicity, speed and performance. The research has been carried out on a continuous basis in year-long waves. It relies heavily on PCs: not only for the actual interviews, but...

Catalogue: B2B Marketing Seminar 1994: Reengineering Of Traditional Market Research
Author: Luciana Traversari
Company: DOXA
June 15, 1994

Research papers

User acceptance of online-services

On the fast developing "Information Highway" market testing methods for the acceptance of Online Services will gain an increasing importance. While all services are using a graphic user interface (Windows) a real acceptance test can only be realized...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1996: Changing Business Dynamics
Author: Anton Lohmann
Company: GfK
September 1, 1996

Research papers

The Daphne language and its use in market studies (French)

DAPHNE is a programming language for file analysis. Most of the operations currently used in file analysis can be easily programmed in DAPHNE. Among these operations are percentages, valuation, selection, editing and output of the results. This paper...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1968
Authors: G. Letellier, P. Mathelot
June 15, 1968

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Making WFH at Mars a little easier

In times of turmoil, facts minimize fear. That's why it's more important than ever for insights teams to listen and learn, so they can present facts to their remote stakeholders in an inspiring way. Mars' AI-powered Synapse platform helps their...

Catalogue: ESOMAR TV: North America & Europe at Home
Authors: Elizabeth P. Morgan, Brienne Coates
Company: Market Logic Software
April 30, 2020

Research papers

Micro networks

The developments in micro networks have already begun to have an effect on the communication of information between the pharmaceutical industry and the medical profession. However the links between the different groups of the medical profession e.g....

Catalogue: Seminar 1984: Market Research And M.M.I.S.
Authors: Hilary Thomas, Alan J. Bowditch
January 25, 1984

Research papers

Computer assisted decision making

In this paper we focus on a new research tool, that has become feasible due to the availability of interactive computer programs. We deal with the theoretical background, experimental development and applications of a program for computer assisted...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1984: What We Have Learned From The Recession
Authors: Robert De Hoog, Alfred E. Bronner
June 15, 1984

Research papers

Micro-computer software for marketing and marketing research

In this paper we will examine some of the readily available software that enables "knowledge workers", which Marketeers and Researchers certainly are, to improve their personal effectiveness and creativity. Only commercially available software will...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1985: Broadening The Uses Of Research
Author: Danny A. Nijburg
June 15, 1985

Research papers

Retail VS. direct

This paper explores how PC vending is changing and adapting to the challenges of new technologies and attitudes. Business and consumer desktop PC markets are the topic of investigation. These markets are particularly suitable for investigation as...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 2000: The Impact Of Networking
Author: Ray Poynter
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
September 1, 2000