Dashboards - Getting Up to Speed
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Dashboards - Getting Up to Speed
A Two-Part Webinar Series

Complimentary Member Webinar
Wednesdays: September 23 & 30
2-3 PM ET

Complimentary for CASRO Members

$95 - Non Members

Session 1: September 23, 2-3 p.m. ET

This webinar will focus on offline dashboards for market research – when to use them and what you can get out of them.

Discussion and demonstrations of popular tools will take place. Practical advice on dashboards and data visualization will be provided.

Session 2: September 30, 2-3 p.m. ET

We delve into online research dashboards. Demonstrations of popular solutions will be featured.

Discussion will include a buyer’s guide providing a comprehensive list of available solutions; as well as tips and best practices.

Time has been allocated on each webinar to answer audience questions.

Key Takeaways:

  • An understanding of the types of dashboards that are available and when each is appropriate

  • Details and demonstration of leading dashboard solutions

  • Best practices on dashboards, data visualizations, and graph types

  • Free resources to create data-driven visualizations

  • A buyer’s guide of available solutions

Note: When registering for the first webinar you automatically will be registered for the second. If you are unable to attend either webinar, we will send you a recording.

Presented by:

Christian Super, Arborwood Partners

Christian is a visionary IT/consumer intelligence executive with a proven record of innovation, product management, and technology leadership for global marketing research companies.  Today, he is helping agile, innovative organizations identify business opportunities from technology through Arborwood Partners.    Christian held senior positions at Ipsos and played a key role in major technological changes through the introduction of CATI, the development of research databases, the transition to Internet technologies, and the development of client portals. He has spoken at numerous conferences, published articles on technology, and lectured at Temple University.  Christian was educated at the University of California, Berkeley and UCLA.

Follow him @TechandMR


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