Ipsos’ best-in-class offline fieldwork management system is designed to ensure consistent, quality market research data.
Ipsos has invested in a global network of online access research for the past 20 years to deliver the highest standard of research insights. We believe the future of quality market research will continue to depend on properly managed research panels.
Signals: Understanding the coronavirus crisis
Imagine a future where surgical robots have become small and affordable enough to be found even in non-specialized hospitals and outpatient clinics outside of a major metropolis...
A mobile first approach is not just the future – it is our reality.
Doing research during a crisis allows businesses to better predict and prepare for what to do next.
The decision to move from offline to online research should not be “if”, but when.
In a world of constant data flow, how can you avoid the pitfalls of trying to analyse too much? Ipsos's latest white paper explores the shift towards digital-first approaches in order to find out not just more, but what's more important.
Combining the views of industry experts and using Ipsos insights, this paper looks at the importance of investing time at front end of the development process to drive better business results.
This article on AI from Helen Zeitoun, CEO Science Organisation and CEO Ipsos in France, was originally published in French in Strategies, March 2019.
Ipsos 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Syndicated Research Series
How creative research can help measure and fuel long-term campaign effects
Virtual Reality (VR) technology has been around for at least a decade and you could say it’s clearly gone from sci-fi to sci-fact. However, it’s still seen as a new technology and has not hit mass adoption; so what has gone wrong?