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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Company News and Announcements January-June 2013 arrow In-house Research Now Uses Voxco Command Center
In-house Research Now Uses Voxco Command Center PDF Print E-mail
Written by In-house Research   
15 May 2013
Royal Wootton Bassett, UK – In-house Research announced today that they will now use the Voxco Command CenterTM. The product itself will allow In-house Research to create multiple surveys relatively simply, meaning that they will offer more flexibility to their clients. Voxco has a modern, easy to use, and powerful package of software covering all data collection methodologies. This software includes different technologies such as CATI, CAPI, Predictive dialer, online survey, Smartphone and tablet applications and support for multiple languages.

Malcolm Pitcher, Managing Director of In-house Research said: "We chose Voxco because it ticked all the boxes, more so than any other solution we looked at. The Voxco team came across as very supportive and customer focussed; making us feel that we would definitely be looked after and cared for as customers. Our favourite part of Voxco is the direct access to the raw data in the databases – this means we can extract and manipulate data in any way we want and have a solid backbone for setting up bespoke client reporting systems. We also like that it’s simple to use."

Jason McGrath, Senior Sales Account Manager Voxco, said: "In-house Reseach has a very unique offering to their many clients. Being flexible and responsive is key to their organization. Voxco’s Command CenterTM software allows them to stay ahead of the game by allowing for real time changes and reporting of surveys live in the field. We are extremely excited to welcome In-house Research to the growing list of UK clients who see Voxco as the product of choice!”

Last Updated ( 03 Sep 2013 )
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