Daily news from online research no. 32749
Rapid expansion for data collection company Veridata
February 1, 2022
Texas-based data collection company Veridata Insights reported 150% year-over-year revenue growth and fifteen recent hires, having opened offices in Canada, Bulgaria, India and the UK -United.
Veridata was launched in 2019, offering an automated project platform spanning the research process from sampling to dashboards and analytics. In 2021, it launched a new qualitative division and expanded its internal survey programming team.
Software engineers Kelly Martin and Jessica Boe have joined the technology team, continuing the development of its proprietary SampleTap project management platform. Martin combines his work on front-end web development and back-end compute and storage technologies, while Boe uses machine learning expertise to tackle huge datasets.
Six new names have joined Veridata’s operations department, including COO Natalie Clancy, formerly project team leader at Dynata; Ashley Jeans, Recruitment and Business Services Specialist; and Senior Project Manager Mike Nichols.
The in-house Programming Services team uses a variety of tools to create everything from quick polls and large multilingual surveys to joint and custom question constructs. Ex-Dynata programmer Taylor Bietila leads the team as Head of Survey Solutions; working with new lead survey programmer Deepak Sawant, who brings eight years of relevant experience.
Andy Davis joined the group as senior director of business development, with thirty years of experience in M/A/R/C research, Dynata, Texas Instruments and Verizon. Tony Young becomes director of business development, after working at several media and market research companies, including CBS
Additionally, Mollie Hatten joins the finance team as Director of Accounting; and project manager Tabatha Banks joins the quality team, led by senior vice president of Global Qualitative Solutions and former director of Universal Parks and Resorts Insights Katie Ozdemir.
COO and co-founder Tom Littlejohn comments: “At this stage of our growth, it made sense to ‘think big’ in 2021 in order to continue to fulfill our commitment to excellent customer service for all of our customers. We have invested in skilled team members in nearly every department, from operations and technology to sales and finance. We also created two entirely new divisions, Qualitative Research and Survey Programming. This, along with our new global offices, will allow us to better serve the market research and data collection needs of our wide range of clients.
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