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Issue Date: October 2006

Global IT survey - respond and win R200

October 2006

GMI (Global Market Insite), a leading provider of global market intelligence solutions based in Seattle, USA, invites South African IT professionals and decision-makers to join its global online IT panel www.TechSay.com, and fill out surveys to provide their expert opinions on the direction of the IT industry. Registration for TechSay.com is complementary and the current study is paying a R200 www.Kalahari.net gift certificate.

You are invited, as a South African IT professional and decision-maker, to join GMI's global online IT panel TechSay.com, and fill out surveys to provide expert opinions on the direction of the IT industry. Registration for TechSay.com is complimentary and the current study is paying a R200 www.Kalahari.net gift certificate.
TechSay.com is an online forum where thousands of IT staff, managers and technology purchasers in over 150 countries around the world regularly voice their opinions about the direction of the global IT industry. This enables the companies delivering the technology products and services of the future to obtain fresh insights on the development and implementation of new technology related solutions. In exchange for their opinions, TechSay.com panelists are rewarded with TekPoints, TechSay.coms online currency that can be directly redeemed into Rand. GMI also offers a global consumer panel that provides reach to over 5,5 million people worldwide.
With Techsay.com, GMI aims at meeting the growing demand for global B2B market research panels in the IT area. TechSay.com, like all of our other specialty panels, is powered by our market research software platform Net-MR, enabling businesses with an interest in technology attitudes and perceptions to conduct research across multiple countries online, quickly, easily and cost-effectively, explains Jim Weisfield, executive vice president for global business development for GMI.
The creation of TechSay.com has been deeply influenced by business leaders and members of the IT community to ensure that we provide a quality sample for researchers, as well as the best experience for panelists themselves.
About GMI
Founded in 1999 with world headquarters in Seattle, Wash., GMI has operations on five continents. In 2006, the company ranked #93 in Inc. Magazines Inc. 500 and #4 in Deloittes Technology Fast 50 for Washington State. More information is available at www.gmi-mr.com or email it at info@gmi-mr.com


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