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The Benefits of using Askia’s SaaS solution

As Askia gets closer to releasing the Rapide version of the software, this blog article explains why we will be offering a SaaS solution and the benefits that this should bring to all our clients. Definition Software as a Service (SaaS) is a delivery model for software applications where the provider hosts the software and makes it available to customers over the internet. In SaaS, customers access the software through a web browser, without the need for any installation or setup on their own systems. The provider is…

The A to Z of Askia

At Askia, we provide professional and technical solutions to the market research industry and occasionally we use concepts and terms that are somewhat unique to our industry and / or to the Askia world. So, if you want to know the difference between an ADC and an ADP; or you want to know what an interactive variable does; or what a sub-population is (it’s a filter, by the way) – then head to the Askia Glossary. Try it out for yourself – The Askia Glossary We will be…

Delineate and Askia

Askia client Delineate has announced the first of several upcoming technology integrations with its new platform, Delineate Proximity™. Released in October, Delineate Proximity™ is an end-to-end Research Technology (ResTech) platform that connects brands with their consumers in real-time. The platform has now been integrated with Askia to further enable automation of the end-to-end survey data collection and delivery process, enabling clients to receive daily brand and campaign tracking and self-serve surveys. Commenting on the integration, Delineate CTO James Stewart explained: “The core of Delineate Proximity™ is curated survey…

Short Text Coding

Guest Blog: Tim Brandwood, Digital Taxonomy Thinking about all the brands of beer you know, what’s the first one that comes to mind? Heineken? Budweiser? Stella Artois? Doom Bar?! I’ll bet you didn’t think of “Double Diamond”, “Skol” or “Party Seven”. Over time, the popularity of any given brand can rise and fall, so it is useful to track brand awareness and brand saliency. In a survey, when you ask an unprompted brand awareness question like the one above, you will generate a list of free text verbatim…

Automation & Tracking Surveys

“You’re either the one who creates the automation or you’re getting automated” – Tom Preston-Werner “The central question of 2025 will be: What are people for in a world that does not need their labor, and where only a minority are needed to guide the ‘bot-based economy?” – Stowe Boyd With the words of GitHub co-founder and lead researcher at Gigaom echoing in my ears, I swiftly set about using Askia Analyse’s powerful new scripting functionality to add an exciting twist to the most common deliverable in market…

Askia Winter Webinar

Stephen Bronnec was the main attraction in the final Askia Webinar of 2020, where he revealed the new Askia platform, in advance of its launch early next year. The new platform is a fully SaaS version of Askia that brings together a series of linked online modules that allow users to create, field and report on their web surveys. In the session Stephen covered: Askia Portal Overview Demonstrated the end to end workflow (Design, Field, Vista) Showed the compatibility with the offline versions of Design & Supervisor Explained…

Titanic Analysis!

The word titanic means ‘of exceptional strength, size, or power’ and we’d like you to keep this in mind when reading this latest blog showcasing AskiaAnalyse’s ability to link with R or Python, producing amazing analyses we could never run before in the Askia world! Background The dataset we will explore contains information about a sample of 889 passengers aboard the ill-fated Titanic, which was a British passenger liner operated by the White Star Line that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning hours of…

The numbers just don’t add up…

The debrief is going well, the change in direction the end client needs to take is understood, the meeting is coming to a conclusion. Then the quiet one in the room asks you to go back to slide 26 – it’s the slide with one of the key tabulations with the important figures highlighted in green. The bomb is dropped, “The numbers don’t add up”. The numbers in the cells don’t add up. Everyone counts them. She is right. The researchers look at each other. They count again.…

Analyse 5.5.2 – Jewels in the Crown (pt 2)

Analyse 5.5.2 – Jewels in the Crown (pt 2)

This is part 2 of a series of articles on automating tasks in Analyse. According to the new Askia tagline, you can now automate insights. The claim is bold and possibly premature. But for years now, we have been thinking of ways we could decrease the lapse between questionnaire design and the analysis. Of course producing insights is hard on a new topic but it shouldn’t be that difficult on a more targeted environment. If your survey is generic enough (say an ad test or package testing), you…