Turning surveys into conversations!

Survey Sparrow Founder Shihab Muhammed talks about their upcoming product.

Gone are the times of regular reviews where individuals sit and round out the structures on paper or web. Breaking this typical review strategy with inventiveness, Survey Sparrow presents a new online survey tool that collects the feedback naturally, gain insights and make better decisions.

She Said “Yes”

Shihab Muhammed got the idea for survey sparrow when he failed to fill out the employee feedback form in his previous company even after being repeatedly reminded by his HR.” Why would a person who is active on all social media platforms and internet fail on filling out such a form? The thought kept Shihab on hold until he decided to pitch it in front of his wife. Be that as it may, the answer was a ‘No’ inferable from the personal reasons.

Shihab had no plans to drop the idea and started polishing it day by day in parallel to his job. After one year, when the duo shifted to Kerala, Shihab asked his wife again. “Yes, It’s the right time. Go for it” is what she said, says Shihab. Today Survey sparrow is a ten member team working at Geo Infopark, Kochi and are expected to launch their product next month.

Creative and Engaging Survey

Most of the people fail to answer the survey forms because they find them not engaging. Finding a solution for the same, Survey Sparrow creates different surveys in the form of conversations. The software enables you to create various types of survey forms with the broad range of templates and embedded pictures & videos to make it more appealing. Perfect with all gadgets, the software also offers audience management, automated surveys, etc.

Apart from survey system, Survey Sparrow comes with rich analytic features that can track the performance across devices and a reporting module that helps to look deeper into feedback questions step by step. Survey Sparrow promises to build beautiful conversational surveys which will result in a 40% higher completion rate.

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