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Case Study: Infotools and Orange take a customer-first approach to data insights

New case study explores how one of the world's leading telecommunications providers transformed its approach to consumer insights with technology

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Aug. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Infotools, a global leader in market research analysis solutions, has released a new case study with Orange, one of the world's leading telecommunications providers. The new publication, called The Color of Transformation, examines how Orange's Market Research team re-invented the way they deliver consumer insights data to their business leaders. The study provides an insider's look into the planning, process and outcomes, providing a practical outline for other companies looking to elevate the role of insights in decision making.

The Color of Transformation

"We had to change the way we operated," says Russell King, Orange's Director of Group Brand & Customer Experience Research and an insights expert with more than 25 years in the industry. "To start making headway toward our vision, our stakeholders needed to be up-to-date with what our customers are thinking and feeling. We needed to deliver insights in a way that would compel them to engage with and actively use insights data to drive strategy and deliver growth. Infotools worked closely with us to develop a technology-led solution and we are excited to share the success of that project."

The Color of Transformation takes a deep dive into the challenges and opportunities that arise when moving traditional research models to the digital age, providing insights to help any size company. The case study covers:

** Balancing challenges such as static budgets, diverse stakeholders and the need to communicate across multiple geographies, languages and culture.

** Meeting increased demands for cost-effective access to better, deeper insights by the application of technology.

** Delivering value-added insights while catering to varying levels of brand-maturity and differing approaches to market research across 30+ geographies.

** Creating a platform that would allow Orange to meet its goals for data analytics, access, reporting and automation.

John Davis, Group Client Director for Infotools, said, "We worked as a team to enable faster, smarter decision-making and action-taking for a global company that has a very diverse set of stakeholders and a multitude of geographies. There are lessons here for any market researcher looking to create efficiencies and increase accessibility when it comes to consumer insights."

The Color of Transformation case study can be downloaded here: https://web.infotools.com/color-of-transformation

Some Highlights

1. Self-serve, interactive reporting and customized analysis now meet the specific needs of local teams.

2. Research data is now quick and easy to share, keeping it front and center when developing strategy

3. Open-ended questions are now highvalue and have more direct impact on business decisions

4. Market Research team now included in key discussions and able to influence brand and customer experience strategy

5. Budget now more focused on strategic analysis and input, delivering far greater value to the business

About Infotools

Infotools is an award-winning software and services provider, with particular expertise in processing, analyzing, visualizing and sharing market research data. Established in 1990, and with a presence in the US, Europe, South Africa and New Zealand, Infotools works with some of the world's best-known brands, including Coca-Cola, Orange, Samsung and Mondelēz, as well as boutique research agencies such as Big Picture, MDI, and Quantum Market Research. For more information, visit www.infotools.com or follow on Twitter @infotools.

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