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Introducing UK Survey Hosting from Checkbox

Learn more about hosting your Checkbox surveys and data in the UK.

Checkbox is pleased to expand its global survey hosting options with the addition of a hosting location in London, UK. Checkbox customers can now choose to host their surveys and data securely in the US, Canada, EU, UK or Australia. All data is hosted via Amazon AWS, which provides best-in-class

February 6, 2020|Checkbox Blog, Checkbox News, News|

Prepare for These Survey Trends in 2016

Research and data collection, aided significantly by online survey software, continued to be a growing market in 2015. As we enter 2016, it’s time to take a look at the trends we expect to see affect online surveys in the coming year.

1. Mobile as a mainstay

Mobile use and adoption is no longer an emerging trend – it’s clearly here to stay. Mobile versus desktop internet browsing reached a tipping point in 2014; online survey access via mobile devices has also cont

January 4, 2016|News, Survey Trends & Best Practices|

Educators are Scoring BIG with Survey Software

From grade school to grad school, today’s savvy educators are using survey software like Checkbox Survey to measure and monitor student performance and school-based trends – and it’s easy to see why. The automated functionality embedded in survey tools makes it easy for educators to capture information online, saving them time while helping them collect more accurate data about their school, curriculum and student performance.

So wha

September 30, 2015|News, Survey Trends & Best Practices|

Online vs. On-Premises Survey Software

Survey software can pack a powerful punch when it comes to helping you understand customer preferences and new-to-market trends. Thankfully, advances in market-ready survey software make it easy and affordable for any size company to reap the benefits of customized and robust survey tools for business advantage.

There are many different survey software options to choose from, including on-premises

June 24, 2015|News, On-Premises Survey Software|

Integrating Survey Software: The Buy or Build Question

If you think the only way to develop robust survey software is to build it from scratch, you may want to think again. Because as it turns out, there are many powerful development tools you can use to transform off-the-shelf software into a customized survey solution for your business.

Developing a feature-rich online survey tool is an expensive and time-intensive undertaking. With the right developer tools, however, you can benefit from someone else’s development work – fo

June 5, 2015|News, On-Premises Survey Software|

Using Reports to Get the Most from Your Survey Data

Getting the most value out of your survey results means being able to report intelligently on the responses you have collected. Yet reporting on survey data in a meaningful way across business units and with stakeholders internally and externally can be challenging.

Whether you are looking to speed survey-reporting tasks or need more insights into survey results, survey reporting is a critical component of delivering business intelligence from your survey activities. So wh

Sensitive Survey Data? Protect What You Share.

There’s a lot of business intelligence to be gathered through survey data. In fact, surveying your internal and external customers is a smart way to keep your business growing in a profitable and productive direction.

Yet not all survey software gives you the control you need to collect and share survey data with confidence and confidentiality. Too many survey solutions provide an all-or-nothing sharing option that doesn’t allow you to filter information access.

Using Type, Color and Design for Better Survey Results

Who says online surveys have to be blasé and bland? With the right online survey software tools, you can customize every square inch of your survey to keep respondents engaged to the very last check box.

Design elements can make your surveys attractive, enticing and can also help improve how well respondents understand your questions and answers. So what survey design best pract