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Supports robust qualitative and mixed methods research for virtually any data source and any research method.
Intuitive data analysis software designed for public policy experts analyzing surveys.
Creating software to help you discover the rich insights from humanised data.
Engaging people for higher productivity and commercial impact.
Discover insights that truly represent the voice of the community
Achieve faster, easier and more intuitive analysis of your public policy research.
Good marketers know the customer is key. Companies succeed or fail on the back of their customer intelligence.
Use Interpris to categorize and analyze survey responses for faster, richer insights of both open and closed-ended questions.
Truly understand your community with both the what and the why.
The public always acts on its beliefs, which is why public opinion surveys are so vital in determining public policies.
Every company does their best to please their customers, but how do you know if you’re really getting it right?
Take advantage of the most intuitive data analysis software to find what others can’t.
Discover actionable insights in minutes, not days.
Understand behaviors and opinions to make a positive change.
Ask more ‘why’ questions and analyze them easily.
Create an action plan backed by the best data.
If you type ‘great company culture’ into Google, you’ll find many examples of organizations who claim to have found the silver bullet to keeping smiling, happy and productive employees, who sing the praises of their organization day in day out.
Sending out an annual survey to employees to assess internal culture is a common practice for many people and culture professionals. The problem is that companies often focus exclusively on measuring engagement rather than opportunities to improve it.
When developing your next employee engagement strategy, make sure it's supported by great data that truly captures the voice of your employees.
Getting employee buy-in on transformation plans is crucial. The only way forward is getting their input - but how to analyze all that data?