How the UK consumer is feeling as we go into week 2 of isolation.
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Monday, March 30th, 2020
QuMind communities share how the UK consumer is feeling as we go into week 2 of isolation. In our latest snapshot of how the UK consumer is feeling we can see with the second week in isolation the consumers are doing their best to make ends meet and tackle those jobs put on hold […]
How the closing of Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes are affecting the consumer.
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Thursday, March 26th, 2020
QuMind communities share how the closing of Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes are affecting the consumer. The overwhelming view is that this is the right decision with 93% of consumers polling they would agree with this. In fact, 16% felt this should have been done earlier. Many of the comments in the forum discussing the […]
Power BI Microsoft and QuMind integration – data visualisation on a whole other level
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Friday, March 29th, 2019
QuMind announces Power BI Microsoft integration The QuMind platform has been successfully integrated with the Power BI Microsoft platform during our collaborative work with the “Big Four” firm, Deloitte. See case study here: https://qumind.co.uk/#expertise. For more information speak to firstname.lastname@example.org. QuMind is an AI powered, truly integrated Quant & Qual research platform. It boasts self-serve data […]
Tableau and QuMind integration – empowering your data visualisation
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Thursday, March 21st, 2019
QuMind announces successful Tableau integration The QuMind platform has been successfully integrated with Tableau – the analytics platform that allows users to harness the power of their data via highly visual and interactive dashboards. The integration has enabled clients to have a seamless QuMind data collection experience combined with an automated Tableau data analytics output. […]
Artificial Intelligence (AI) – is it a fad or reality for online research?
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019
Artificial Intelligence (AI) – is it a fad or reality for online research? AI to date: Not surprisingly, AI is already in widespread use in online market research (MR) however many have yet to embrace its abilities. Like most of us, many are waiting to see how it can best be applied to Quant and […]
One of the “Big Four” accounting organisations in the world signs up for yet another term with QuMind
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Monday, February 18th, 2019
QuMind continues to grow, signing up one of the “Big Four” QuMind goes from strength-to-strength with one of the “Big Four” accounting organisations in the world signing up for yet another term to use its AI powered self-serve MR software. QuMind’s director, Alan Hargreaves comments “…this is a big win as well as testament […]
2019 predictions for self-serve market research software
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Wednesday, January 16th, 2019
What does 2019 have in store for market research (MR) software and technology? As we race into a new year, what does 2019 have in store for market research (MR) software and technology? Here are a few of our thoughts. Our predictions for 2019: Truly integrated Quant and Qual research platforms. Consolidation of […]
Happy New year – we have moved to new offices.
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019
We have moved offices! Thanks to a great year of business and our wonderful clients in 2018, we have moved our growing team into new offices! You can now find us at the WeWork, level 3, office 129 – 30 Stamford St, South Bank, London, SE1 9PY. We look forward to seeing you in 2019! […]
Running quantitative and qualitative research? 5 reasons why QuMind offers the best solution
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Thursday, November 29th, 2018
Running quantitative and qualitative research? Qualitative and quantitative market research methods naturally give you very different results. However combining the two methods can provide very powerful insights. There is a growing trend towards this hybrid approach, as researchers are realising the value that a combined ‘quant+qual’ approach will add to their projects. Until now, […]
Self-service sampling – the rise of DIY online audience targeting (DIY sampling)
Published by Michael Clarke - QuMind on Tuesday, November 20th, 2018
Traditional approaches to online sampling have often created more work for the researcher with common issues such as high costs, delays in getting quotes from suppliers, long setup times, re-direction links not working, many middle men to name just a few examples. New efficient and speedy technological solutions have arisen which address many of these issues.