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Spb Software House announces "Spb Pocket PC Survey"
Posted on 7-Sep-2004 07:27 | Tags Filed under: News


Spb Software House announces
Spb Software House has started the "Spb Pocket PC Survey", a global survey for the Pocket PC community. All survey participants will be entered into a drawing to win either a HP iPAQ hx4700 or 1 of 3 US$100 PocketGear software certificates. Contributions to the Pocket PC community, like Pocket PC Developer Network and Spb Benchmark, are a big part of Spb Software House's strategy. In keeping with this vision, Spb will make the statistical results of this survey publicly available.

This survey will be the first broad source of information about community Pocket PC users: how they use their Pocket PCs, what they like and dislike in Pocket PCs, etc. Spb Pocket PC Survey will be conducted annually in September in order to see changes in the Pocket PC community from year to year. The survey is held 6 - 17 September 2004.

"Spb Software House is the leading Pocket PC software developer. We offer a wide range of Pocket PC applications and plan to extend that range. So it is important for us to know users' needs, preferences, expectations and complaints. The information provided by survey participants will help us make our current and future products better," - said Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO of Spb Software House - Moreover, the results of the survey will be of great interest to the Pocket PC community as a whole. We think we can help the entire Pocket PC industry by making the statistical results public."


More information: http://www.spbsoftwarehouse.com/support/surve...




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