We partner with clients interested in conducting high-quality research
Collecting the highest quality data using advanced methodologies and new technologies
Providing custom capabilities that tailor to unique client requests
SSRS is a full-service survey and market research firm, managed by dedicated professionals with advanced degrees in the social sciences.
We provide the complete set of analytical, administrative and management capabilities needed for successful project execution.
We strive to refine the research process by innovating methodologies, optimizing sample designs, improving questionnaires and finding ways to reach low incidence populations.
We are a team of critical thinkers that gets excited about the inherent problem-solving involved in survey based research.
Our team of multi-disciplinary researchers and Account Executives works collaboratively with clients to maximize quality and provide superior service.
Our methodological rigor meets mixed modality while offering personalized and cost-efficient data collection services.
Random & Fun Information About the SSRS Team
- Customer Satisfaction & Loyalty Research
- Address-based Samples
- Mobile Sampling
- Researching Hispanics
Why is customer satisfaction and loyalty research so important? One word: Revenue. Customer satisfaction and loyalty research is so powerful primarily because it enables companies to communicate directly with customers about their needs.
Do Address-based Samples offer potential for the best sample coverage of small geographic areas and excellent ability to target small areas with distinct socioeconomic characteristics?
At the current pace, it seems like the future of telephone survey research will not include landline telephones. What criteria are there to make the decision to remove landlines in telephone surveys entirely? And how close are we to this becoming common practice?
Best practices in conducting high quality research for this critical audience. Hispanics, one of the largest growing population segments in the United States, present special challenges to survey researchers.