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Survey Analytics Expands Down Under...Under the Sea

Survey Analytics launches new office location!

Welcome Aboard Survey Analytics Oceania 


Today in the press, you may have seen that Survey Analytics President Vivek Bhaskaran publicly announced a company expansion to New Zealand and Australia. Along with two offices in the US (Seattle and Cincinnati), and a development and support location in Pune, India, we are pleased to now offer all of our services to the Oceania region. In a quickly evolving mobile marketplace, we look forward to bringing new, cutting edge mobile research tools to this area. Along with our cloud based Enterprise Research Platform, we will be offering mobile research applications and superior levels of account support to businesses and organizations in New Zealand and AustraliaMore news and an interview with Prashant Hari, the Survey Analytics sales representative for Oceania, is expected to be released following an interview by The Guide for Buyers of Marketing Research, GreenBook, in the next week.

Melbourne Airport in Australia uses the Survey Analytics platform and services to research a variety of points in the overall customer experience including curbside, check-ins, security, passport control and customs, baggage claim, facilities, travel demographic information and much more. “Survey Analytics has addressed each of our business challenges efficiently at a high level of expertise as we’ve encountered them throughout this project,” says Abigail Laqui, Market Research Coordinator at the Melbourne Airport. “And because of the success of our program, Survey Analytics is being extended to other airport departments and teams, changing the way we do business.”

Read the official press release here.

Meet The New Survey Analytics Sales Rep Prashant Hari


Prashant Hari of Survey Analytics
For over 15 years, Prashant (aka "Praz") has been serving the market research industry in important roles for companies like Nielsen, Australia's Colmar Brunton, TNS Global and he even has experience helping startups as the founder of Socialwizz. Prashant also has a passion for public speaking and has been a featured keynote speaker at many conferences and events focusing on digital topics. His very broad range of presentation, social and research skills in combination with being an industry expert make him the dream team candidate to take charge of Survey Analytics Oceania. Connect with Prashant on Linkedin or follow him on Twitter.

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