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Kind of a Big Deal (for qualitative research)

Kind of a Big Deal (for qualitative research)

iModerate Author

Mar 14, 2011

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I’m sure other useful stuff will come along eventually, but we gotta say that for now, Gutcheck gets our vote for one of the best things going, and as it turns out, we’re not alone.

At the recent DEMO spring conference, a place where the next big things strut their start-up stuff, Gutcheck took home the coveted People’s Choice Award, and 1 million dollars of advertising on the IDG network. You can check out a short video of their presentation (we’re loving the Beastie Boys soundtrack).

In case you haven’t been paying attention, Gutcheck is the new DIY qualitative research method that connects you to your target market and allows you to chat with them one-on-one in a matter of minutes.

Not only are we thrilled that they won (fine, we are a little bias), but we think it’s pretty cool that people are recognizing just how important it is to get feedback and insights from their consumers. As qualitative researchers, it makes us feel good to see a start-up technology that’s all about having a dialogue and completing the story stand head and shoulders above the rest.

Nice work guys.

 

iModerate Author

Our research work with iModerate over the past several years has developed into a true partnership. Their unique fusion of both qualitative and quantitative methodologies in a single study has offered new insights into key topics and markets of interest for our organization, which in turn, we are able to quickly turn into action steps. They are flexible, responsive, and extremely engaged in the entire project process, from conception and design to final data processing and delivery. They have even gone above and beyond by volunteering their time, resources, and expertise to assist with a special target market project on women. iModerate has their finger on the pulse of the research industry and consistently provides creative suggestions and solutions to enhance our current work. This ultimately allows us to provide our leadership with the strategic insights and opportunities that helps us to advance the common good.

Kristin Thomsen, Manager, Market Research, United Way Worldwide