CATI Surveys in Market Research | Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing

What is CATI? CATI stands for Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing. CATI is a common research mode in which interviewers conduct surveys via telephone calls using a computer-assisted method, [...]

GeoPoll’s CATI Operations in Africa, Asia, Latin America

GeoPoll has been increasingly tasked with transitioning face-to-face research projects to CATI, a remote research methodology which gathers data through voice calls. As a result, over the past [...]

How to Transition Face-to-Face to Remote Research Methodologies

In just a few weeks, the global outbreak of COVID-19 has dramatically changed the research landscape. While organizations such as GeoPoll recognize that we have the ability to help the global [...]

Interactive Voice Response vs Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing for Survey Research

One of the first questions organizations must answer when they embark on a research project is what research mode to use for gathering data. Two telephone-based modes that are commonly considered [...]

GeoPoll Launches Center for CATI Surveys in Nigeria

GeoPoll offers multi-modal mobile data collection, and CATI (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing) is one of our most frequently requested modes, as it allows organizations to reach [...]

Tracking Perceptions of District-Level Candidates in Liberia through Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI)

Jeremy Bowles (PhD student in Government at Harvard University) and Horacio Larreguy (Associate Professor of Government at Harvard University) are conducting a study in partnership with GeoPoll [...]

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