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May Product Highlights

We have some powerful new enhancements across the Qrvey platform to support even more sophisticated data collection (businesses: you’re going to like these!). We also have expanded our ...

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How Qrvey Came to Be

Arman Eshraghi founded Qrvey based on five main takeaways from his experience in the world of technology and analytics. This presentation showcases the 5 differentiators of Qrvey that makes it ...

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The Future of Cloud Computing

The shift to the cloud only means more need for custom-built business solutions. Qrvey offers cloudified digital transformation without any coding for business to make their processes efficient. ...

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February Product Highlights

February was a busy month for the Qrvey development team. We’ve been hard at work laying the groundwork for a number of new application building features that will be coming later in the second ...

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Dashboard Feature

What’s better than analyzing the data from your qrvey?  How about analyzing the data from multiple qrveys all on one page! In our most recent update, Qrvey added Dashboard, a convenient place to ...

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Qrvey’s PLAYbox is Live!

Qrvey has launched a PLAYbox where users can explore our platform for free without any commitments. PLAYbox is a sample power-user’s Qrvey account where you can see feedback questions of all ...

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NPS Analysis Supercharged

Qrvey’s Net Promoter Score app received a lot of love this month and introduced all-new charts to make NPS analysis even easier and more comprehensive.  Now when viewing your NPS results, you ...

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Time Series Analytics

Time series analytics lets you see how your responses are changing over time. You can activate it by clicking the Time Series button in the histogram. In this use case, time series analytics is ...

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The Power of Branching

One of the keys to collecting better feedback is to keep your respondents engaged. Boredom always breeds bad results and nothing causes respondents to tune out faster than asking them for ...

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