The microISV Research Alliance at Auburn University has opened the 2011 microISV Pain Point survey. All microISV owners are invited to participate.
The survey is short and takes only a few minutes to complete. The results are used to locate common areas of difficulty among microISV owners and their daily operations. The results of the survey will be used to guide future academic research with the goal of improving microISV operations and increasing their chances of success.
Aside from the satisfaction of contributing to academic research designed to improve microISV operations, participants can benefit in other ways:
- Survey responses are anonymous.
- Participants can opt-in to be listed on the Respondents’ page.
- Participants get early access to raw, anonymized results data.