Tag: survey software

What’s new in askiadesign 5.4.9 ?

What's new in askiadesign 5.4.9 ?

The latest release of askiadesign is jam-packed with new features (along with the usual fixes!); here are some of the most notable ones: New routing: Query Web Service We have added a new routing: Query a web service. It allows you to call a Web Service in order to have your survey interact with external data, third-party web applications, … The interface allows you to run different scripts depending on the success of the call and to manipulate and store the different parts of the response. We can…

Askia is recruiting a C++ developer in Paris!

Askia is looking for a C++ developer in Paris!

UPDATE: this position is now closed! Don’t hesitate to check back later 馃檪 Askia is recruiting a C++ developer to join our expanding dev team in Paris! In an experienced Agile dev team, you will help maintain and evolve the Askia APIs that support our web & mobile applications on which over 10 million interviews are collected every year. You will be in close contact with our other dev teams in London, Belgium & Sri Lanka in order to take part in moving our software solutions to full…

GDPR: what we all need to keep in mind

Are you ready for GDPR?

What is General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? GDPR is a regulation that requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of European citizens for transactions that occur within European member states. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and is designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, to protect and empower all EU citizens data privacy and to reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy. How can I prepare for GDPR? You will find lots of advice…

Why I joined Askia

It鈥檚 my first blog post for Askia and I thought a good initial piece would be to summarise the key reasons why I joined the team here. So in no particular order… J茅r么me – I have known J茅r么me Sopo莽ko for over 20 years and he is an incredible talent. One of the best developers & technical brains in the MR industry, he is universally well-respected & liked and one of the go-to people the industry turns to for thought leadership. So a chance to work alongside him has…

A fortunate chain of events – a dry read

A fortunate chain of events

At Askia we love to talk about Askia things鈥 and about a year ago, the technical team got together in a room and agreed on what was our biggest need: the ability to elegantly call a web service from a survey and decipher the result and store it appropriately. Web-service not included I have mentioned in previous articles how an API allows you extend your para-data. With the IP-address that you collect (and that we encrypt 鈥 GDPR is watching you), you can obtain the general location of…

Askia at Insight Show 2018

Image of london for Askia at Insight Show 2018

The Insight Show, one of the leading industry鈥檚 events in Europe, returns to London on 7 & 8 March and Askia will of course be there! This year, in addition to our presence on stand IC24, we will be on the Insight Showcase stage to talk about Data Visualisation together with our partner and stand neighbor E-Tabs. It鈥檚 happening on Day 1, 7th March, at 14.40pm. Registration is free for all Market Research professionals so there is no excuse to miss this opportunity to discover the latest industry…

Panel providers, unite – the speech at the ASC

Panel providers, unite! The speech

On the 9th of November, the ASC invited some panel providers to attend a discussion on panel harmonisation. The discussion was orchestrated by Tim Macer. Angus Webb, Panelbase James McCoy, Research Now Jane Usoskina, Lucid Joaquim Bretcha, Netquest (and Esomar) Jon Puleston, GMI Orkan Dolay, Respondi Here was my speech – the written version at least as I may have ad-libbed a few unscripted things. Market Research is changing. You have heard it a million times 鈥 not in the way that Ray Pointer announced. There will be…

MaxDiff grows!

MaxDiff grows!

This article provides an in-depth explanation of AskiaDesign‘s built-in capacity to manage MaxDiff data collection & analysis methodologies. For those of you who, like me, need a short reminder of what MaxDiff is; this is the definition provided by Wikipedia: The MaxDiff is a long-established academic mathematical theory with very specific assumptions about how people make choices: it assumes that respondents evaluate all possible pairs of items within the displayed set and choose the pair that reflects the maximum difference in preference or importance. It may be thought of as…

New KB article roundup

New KB article roundup

This article aims to provide you with the best of our most recently published articles on our Help Centre, these range from AskiaDesign and AskiaSurf to AskiaWeb. Redirect out of an Askia survey and back again Sometimes it’s required to leave an Askia survey to take part in an external exercise and return to the survey to complete it. In such cases, it may be required to take parameters from the Askia survey to the external application or page. This article will show an example of these requirements using AskiaDesign. Check out…

Panel providers of the world, unite!

Panel providers of the world, unite header image

The short story The industry is demanding more streamlining and automation… the only way that can happen is via standards – what are the Panel providers doing/proposing to do in this respect? We would like better visibility on their APIs and the differences between them鈥 possibly talk about harmonising some key variables. We think there should be an automated standard evaluation of surveys in terms of length and complexity to better pre-evaluate the cost of sample. We would like panel providers to explain their position 鈥 and their…