DSS Communications Testing
When performing our communications testing, DSS uses both qualitative research, which includes traditional focus groups, online bulletin board groups, depth interviews
With the right measurement instruments for the particular application, we produce key metrics to which we apply our advanced analytics – along with norms developed over several decades of experience – to point you in the right direction for your communications program.
Outline your communications problem in an RFP and we respond with what we believe to be the appropriate research plan.
Evaluate our response and decide whether it meets your needs. Adjustments in the plan may be made based on feedback from you.
We execute the plan and produce a report covering our findings, insights
Sit back and let us do the heavy lifting.
Three Decades of Success
With over 30 years of industry experience, DSS has worked and continues to work with some of the biggest names in the health care industry. Our work and proven results in communications testing
At DSS, we do not depend on a single leader or a few leaders but on many leaders who head different teams and work groups within the company. Every leader has extensive experience, an in-depth understanding of the areas addressed by their team and a demonstrated leadership ability.
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