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DataGroup can offer clients Image and Customer Attitude Surveys at a very reasonable cost. We hold on computer surveys on most major companies and for others we can quickly and competitively undertake surveys.
Databases Interrogation and Data Mining
All DataGroup report databases are entirely held on computer and thus one can mine the database and generate almost any configuration of database specification. One can query multiple databases to produce elegant correlations and relationships which shed light on the most reclusive issues. One can merge data on any number of product groups, market sectors, customer groups, industry segments, et al, to produce insight and answers.
After Sales Services
After-Sales Services normally refer to the packaged databases and reports and are designed to provide new or additional database information, data manipulation and analyses. In addition After-Sales Services allow clients access to related databases and complementary information.
To overcome this problem we have an AFTER-SALES SERVICE which will ensure that for 12 months a client can access the data in the whole database. This policy ensures that clients are completely satisfied with our products because clients can get whatever data they need - whenever they need it.
The cost of this AFTER-SALES SERVICE is lower than the commercial costs and provides a highly cost conscious method of acquiring a vast amount of additional and more detailed information at a relatively low cost. No other publisher provides such a service to their clients.
DataGroup researchers will ensure that clients receive After-Sales Services for a full 12 months after the purchase of a report or database.
DataGroup can offer clients Ancillary Services to assist their company. These include Marketing and Selling Systems, Direct Mail, Public Relations and other related resources.
We can provide Online Access if a client requires real-time up-dating or interrogation of the databases.
All databases, reports, studies and consultancy assignments must inevitably mean that the publishers or consultants are trying to interpret the needs and expectations of their clients. Unfortunately in most cases, with most publishers, the clients will not receive all the data they need. This is not the case with our products.
The main problem that we had to resolve is that a database for each report would, if printed, be about 20 volumes of 1500 pages for each volume. Clearly this amount of information would be unusable and unwanted by the majority of clients - and indeed the cost would be twenty times greater.
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