Software reviews from meaning

Reviews published in 2010

These reviews have been written by Tim Macer and other analysts at meaning. Each is independent and unbiased, based on an in-depth evaluation of the software. Many were also published in research magazine or in Quirk's Marketing Research review. Use the keywords to look for reviews of similar products.

Revelation from Revelation

Online qualitative research environment for asynchronous or bulletin-board style depth interviewing, discussions and auto-ethnography, allowing research to take place over several days or even weeks. No special software or plug-in is required to participate.

Reviewed April 2010. Keywords: ,

Marsc.net 1.1 from Marsc

Web-based panel and sample management tool for online, CATI and other survey modes, based on a subset of the most useful features in the desktop/server version of the MARSC sampling software.

Reviewed March 2010. Keywords: ,

Rosetta Studio 3.3 from ATP Canada

Report automation platform which takes tabular output from almost any MR cross-tab program and transforms it into well-crafted PowerPoint presentations. Works with existing slide decks or will generate new ones selectively, directly from tables.

Reviewed February 2010. Keywords: , ,

Consoles and Viewers from Infotools

A collection of graphical data delivery tools, based around a single interactive and highly responsive for integrating streams of research and non-research data. May be used as an alternative to dashboard reporting.

Reviewed January 2010. Keywords: , ,