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iModerate Launches (iM)mediate

iModerate Launches (iM)mediate

Julia Eisenberg

Jun 21, 2017

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Recently several members of the team from iModerate and 20|20 had the opportunity to attend the IIEX event.  Over the course of the conference, it became apparent that the notion of agile research is no longer just an idea for many clients but instead an everyday reality. Businesses are moving faster than ever, and all too often research questions crop up that needed an answer yesterday.

That’s why I am excited to announce the launch of our latest approach, (iM)mediate. This groundbreaking solution provides meaningful insight in as little as five days, enabling researchers and marketers to make informed decisions without compromising timelines or tying up valuable resources.

(iM)mediate was designed to help researchers and marketers answer every day questions that might otherwise go without research.  Which of two potential ads will be most successful?  Is our proposed product messaging clear and compelling? Which packing design is most likely to trigger sales? For questions like these and many more, (iM)mediate uses our unique First Impression Score, a quantitative indicator of respondent reactions. We then round this out with qualitative feedback, providing effective insights that let you move forward with confidence.

To learn more about (iM)mediate, you can check out the full announcement.  Or better yet, contact us and find out if (iM)mediate is right for you.

Julia Eisenberg

Vice President, Insights

I love a great story – numbers are nice, but nothing is more compelling than hearing directly from your consumers.

iModerate allowed us to not only connect with this hard-to-reach audience but to get a deeper understanding of their feelings on the subject of public service. iModerate promised at the outset to expand and clarify the quantitative findings in a way traditional online survey research has previously been unable to, and they delivered on this claim. As a result, we were able to expose the emotions shaping the perceptions of the class of 9/11.

Marc Porter Magee, Partnership for Public Service