UK research company Intersperience is launching an online research software system called FlexMR, offering mix-and-match tools 'to suit any budget'.
The system, currently used for client work by Intersperience's own researchers, has been developed over a period of eight years and will now be offered externally as a standalone piece of software, immediately available in 60 languages and including a total of 23 tools. The firm says the software is suitable for all levels of user including freelance researchers, small businesses and [end-user] companies looking for a means to talk to customers, employees and/or other businesses.
Due for launch at next week's MRS annual conference in London, FlexMR can be used for 'any and every type of online research project... from one bulletin board focus group through to the most sophisticated research community', according to the company. Service levels range from no support up to a fully managed option and there are seven distinct 'suites' within it:
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