Hansa Research collaborates with Qualtrics

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Hansa Research and Qualtrics XM Platform will combine their consulting and advisory services with intelligent consumer insights.

Hansa Research today announced a new collaboration with Qualtrics (Nasdaq: XM), the leader and creator of the experience management (XM) category, to help organizations optimize their marketing efforts by monitoring the brand health performance and help in building their brands, in India’s growing and maturing economy.

Through the collaboration, Hansa Research will combine their consulting and advisory services with intelligent consumer insights captured using the Qualtrics XM Platform. The insights and capabilities enabled by the collaboration will aid organizations to track their brand health, as well as how they compare to competitors, in real-time and by key audience segments to deliver the brand experiences and services consumers want. Organizations will benefit from the ability to conduct market research and brand tracking studies using structured and unstructured feedback in a fast and cost-effective way.

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“Organizations across India are scaling up their efforts to improve their brand and consumer experience. As a market research company, our forte has been to provide customized strategic insights to brands to give them a competitive edge in the market. The integration of our customer intelligence expertise along with Qualtrics capabilities will provide unique solutions to clients to aid in their marketing and business initiatives,” said Praveen Nijhara, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Hansa Research.

“In today’s rapidly changing markets, organizations that stay closely aligned with the needs of their customers are well-positioned for success. Qualtrics is working with organizations across India to tune into the needs of consumers, and the collaboration between Qualtrics and Hansa Research will help even more companies better understand how to serve their customers and prioritize brand and marketing investments,” said Zoe Nicholson, Head of Ecosystems Asia Pacific and Japan, Qualtrics.