QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH – CATI
Definition, process and results
Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews (CATI) is a method of conducting surveys over the telephone in which interviewers use special software to assist in the telephone interviewing process.
Often used to survey B2B groups or less interent populations such as seniors. Unfortunately, this technique does not provide the opportunity to show any research materials.
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