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Guide for Using Survey Kiosks for Instant Customer Feedback Sponsored by Opinionmeter
Date:1/5/2009

ally in dire economic times, using real-time survey kiosks makes tremendous sense because you capture customer data at the experience, feed it into your number-crunching application and see and react to the information immediately," Francie Mendelsohn said in the publication's introduction. Mendelsohn is president of Summit Research Associates, an international consulting firm devoted to kiosks.

Opinionmeter's solutions are used in various industries, including healthcare, financial services, the public sector and higher education. They have licensees and equipment in use in countries throughout the world. They are committed to helping organizations gain valuable feedback from their customers.

"We're focused on capturing the pulse of the customer before they leave the store, the clinic or the museum," explains Strickland. "Our solution delivers fresh, real-time feedback to organizations, allowing them to improve their customers' experiences, sometimes immediately. This new guide from KioskMarketplace.com explains this concept in great detail."

To download "Gain Valuable Information at the Point of Experience -- Survey Thy Customer," visit KioskMarketplace.com, or click the following link: Survey Kiosk Buyer's Guide

About Opinionmeter
Opinionmeter International is a leading provider of technology-based customer satisfaction market research tools. With a range of interactive survey devices Opinionmeter enables its clients to capture real-time 'voice of the customer' satisfaction feedback at the point-of-experience (the moment the customer experiences the product or service). Built on the Windows platform, Opinionmeter can deploy its system onto a wide range of devices (including handheld, tablet and survey kiosk devices), providing maximum flexi
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