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Market Research Bulletin Boards, Forums & Chat Rooms Software & Technologies

Areas of Specialism:

  • 99.99% uptime;
  • high availability servers;
  • highly flexible and customised bulletin boards, forums and chat rooms;
  • multiple boards, forums and chat sessions;
  • access to a full cross section of the UK population (foreign panels available on request);
  • super fast setup from highly knowledgeable and skilled administrators (expedited requirements can be configured within the hour);
  • mobile friendly;
  • text, images, video and sound files compatible systems i.e. you can show respondents video within your forums etc;
  • all feedback exportable to native file formats, including transcripts for chat rooms;
  • highly configurable and customisable security settings i.e. to allow only certain members to comment etc.
  • Market research bulletin boards, forums and chat rooms are an excellent conduit to conduct market research and although can be used in most market research type scenarios, many of our clients utilise them for communicating with senior management or hard to reach audiences, making it easy for researchers to post well considered questions whilst allowing the respondents to provide thoughtful and informative responses in a timely and flexible manner, through a variety of communication methods, including mobile devices.

    MRFGR are one of the world’s leading providers of such technologies, with a technological focused sister division (Cerebral), we are available to provide the very best in market research bulletin boards, forums and chat rooms.

    Free demos are available on request and consultants are always on hand to advise on the best platforms and methodologies to carryout your online research requirements.

    With fully scalable cloud based servers that have full backups and redundancy built in, you can be sure that all your projects will run smoothly, securely and without worry.

    If you would like to know more information about market research bulletin boards, forums, and chat rooms please click here and you will be diverted to the specialist ‘question and answer’ section pertaining to this area of interest.