Pocket PC software developer Spb Software House is introducing the Second Annual Spb Pocket PC Survey. The first survey, conducted in September 2004, provided extensive information to the whole Pocket PC community.
The second version of this survey will be even more beneficial as it will allow the researchers to gather and compile the most current information and then compare it to previous survey results. All statistical results will be publicly available immediately after the survey ends. All survey participants will be entered into a drawing to win an i-mate Jasjar.
The company says the Spb Pocket PC Survey is a part of Spb's good will strategy to contribute to the Pocket PC community. This strategy also involves activities such as organizing the Pocket PC Developer Network website and developing the Spb Benchmark application.
"With this survey we have a great chance not only to learn users' habits, preferences, needs, expectations and complaints, but to compare them with data obtained during the previous survey. What has changed? What has not? Will we find more ex-Palm users in the Pocket PC community? Do today's Pocket PCs satisfy people's needs?" - said Vassili Philippov, COO of Spb Software House - "Answers to these and many other questions will help us make our current and future products better. And, of course, the results of this survey will be of immense interest to the entire industry, to every user and every developer."
The survey will take place from 2 November 2005 to 16 November 2005.