Markham’s experience with Internet voting has been attracting attention from municipalities–and media outlets–across the country as more and more jurisdictions consider implementing online voting. The City of Markham has offered online voting in every municipal election since 2003. And, given our … [Read more...] about Markham’s Experience with Internet Voting Attracts Attention from Municipalities Across Canada
One of our most important programs here at Delvinia is our Customer Journey Mapping. By combining the results of user testing, customer surveys and interviews with web analytics and sales data we can map how your customers (and potential customers) interact with your company from their initial want … [Read more...] about Using Social Media Listening to Humanize Customer Journey Mapping
For it's July issue, centred on the Fall TV schedule, Strategy called on Delvinia and its sister company, AskingCanadians, to find out how TV consumption habits are changing among Canadians. Using it's online panel, AskingCanadians surveyed a nationally representative sample of 1,017 Canadians. … [Read more...] about In the News: Strategy Features AskingCanadians Research on Television Viewing Habits
Earlier this week, Delvinia CEO Adam Froman and Jan Kestle, president of Environics Analytics, hosted a webinar to announce the eShopper PRIZMC2Link, powered by AskingCanadians. If you missed Tuesday's presentation, you can view the recording here. Based on a survey of 20,524 Canadians fielded … [Read more...] about Webinar Recording: Announcing the eShopper PRIZMC2Link
Michael Geist's column in Saturday's Toronto Star cited the attacks on the voting system at the recent NDP convention as a reason to dismiss the prospect of online voting in a general election. It really annoys me when high profile and well respected academics like Geist try to stir the pot by … [Read more...] about Does Michael Geist really think polling stations are the only option for elections in today’s digital age?