Askia and E-Tabs partner with the Worldwide Independent Network of Market Research (WIN) to ‘dashboard’ their annual worldwide survey results.

Askia and E-Tabs are both pleased to announce that its revolutionary online MR dashboard platform Iris has been chosen by WIN to report its annual worldwide survey (WWS).

The WWS explores the outlook, expectations, views and beliefs of over 30,000 people from 40 countries across the world and delivering it with the Iris platform will allow people to look at the differences and similarities between countries, across a wide range of categories.

Iris is the only dashboard solution that completely caters to the needs of market researchers. Fully hosted in the cloud, Iris features powerful MR-savvy data handling and advanced data visualization capabilities within an incredibly easy interface – giving the ability for both novice and advanced users to create their own customized and highly impactful online, interactive dashboards in minutes.

“It is an incredible tool that helps us to report findings in a friendly and dynamic way. WWS results are now available for clients, journalists and the whole community to access our latest results on topics like Gender Equality, Health, Happiness, among others. The Iris platform facilitates our work and today anyone can filter the data and see results as they need, by country, demographics, etc. WIN chose Iris for this new project because of the versatility of the tool, the technical support and all the features it has that makes Iris unique.”

Vilma Scarpino, President of the WIN Global Network

Access the WWS results dashboard

We are extremely proud to be working with the WIN Global Network on this project”, says Jérôme Sopoçko, Askia founder. “Giving people easy access to the immense wealth of data within the WWS helps cement the WIN’s position as a truly global network.

Benjamin Rietti, CEO of E-Tabs says, “The WIN’s endorsement of the Iris platform helps strengthen our positioning of the solution in the industry and putting incredibly powerful online reporting capabilities in the hands of every researcher in a way which will not break the bank, even for the smallest agency.

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