Cido Research expands usage of Voxco Survey Technology to include Online and Panel Manager
Cido Research has selected Voxco Panel Manager and Voxco Online to meet its increasing requirements for online survey data collection. This expands Cido’s existing Voxco usage into a true multi-channel software platform. For over a decade, Voxco has been Cido’s chosen supplier of phone survey software for the organization’s robust telephone research programs.
“We are very satisfied with the Voxco CATI software we have been using to manage our 600-seat international phone research division, so it was a logical choice to transition our online and panel management to the Voxco platform to maximize multichannel efficiency,” said Tim Sinke, President of the Americas at Cido Research. “Voxco Online and Voxco Panel Manager will allow us to manage far more complex data collection projects than we could before, and in a much more efficient manner.”
This year, Cido Research anticipates a high volume of growth in their online sample division, offering unique sample solutions for their clients across the globe. A large portion of those surveys will be completed through Cido’s proprietary panels: The Ethnic Voice Accord, an established panel of multicultural newcomers to North America; and Commun-IT, a US-based, phone verified, IT Decision maker panel. In addition, Cido also provides their clients with third party sample management, programming and hosting on an international scale. The Voxco Online and Voxco Panel Manager tools will work together with the existing Voxco CATI set-up to serve as a single, powerful multichannel survey system, increasing Cido’s overall operational efficiency and ability to deliver unique research solutions to their clientele.
“We are honoured that a global research organization of the caliber of Cido Research has expanded their use of Voxco software to include our web and panel management tools,” said Raymond Cyr, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Voxco. “It’s exciting to see Voxco software play a crucial role in better connecting their multiple data collection channels and offering better efficiency to their existing and upcoming research programs.”