Device Agnostic: What Marketer’s Need to Know
Device agnostic is the new research reality. Today, over half of the global population use smartphones – a number predicted to rise to 70% in 2021. There is no doubt that allowing respondents to take surveys on smartphones represents a critical tipping point for our industry. We must adapt quickly to stay connected to consumers, but with that comes risk as we need to rethink questionnaire design to meet respondents’ expectations on mobile.
Discover Ipsos UpdateA selection of the latest research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world.
Ipsos Business Consulting provides practical advice for your business or organisation built on fact-based consulting approaches. We help business leaders and organisations worldwide build, compete, and grow in the marketplace by making idiosyncratic, permanent, and significant improvements in overall performance.
Enterprise Feedback Management (EFM)
Customers across all categories now look for a personalised experienced that is available when they want it, how they want it, where they want it. Regardless of whether the desired experience is delivered, it is now possible through the explosion of mobile coupled with the prominence of social media for consumers to give instant feedback. The consequence is the increasingly significant impact that customer experience has on the overall relationship with a brand.
Over the past few years, we have seen an increased proliferation of mobile across the world. Not only have we seen the number of mobile users grow worldwide, but we’ve witnessed increased engagement of consumers with their mobile devices for a variety of everyday activities, whether it’s watching videos, shopping and making purchases, or simply accessing the internet. We are now past the mobile tipping point, with mobile overtaking fixed internet access in many markets, across developed and developing economies. Consumer interactions with brands are, more than ever before, fragmented and multi-layered. Consumers are leading busy lives, and multi-task routinely in their day. Consequently, many of the planned brand exposures are missed and recall relevancy is eroding faster than expected.