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Opinions Wanted – Service Virtualization



We are running a market survey on service virtualization and really want to know what you think of service virtualization. Are you using it, have you evaluated it, or is the technology brand new to you? We want to hear from you! Take the voke survey on service virtualization. 

Service virtualization is one of those technologies that comes along once in a generation and makes a real difference on many levels. Service virtualization helps remove the constraints associated with the classic cost, quality, schedule timeline.

Please let us know why you like service virtualization, what the benefits of service virtualization are, how you are using service virtualization across your software supply chain. Let us know by taking the survey. 
 
This survey consists of a combination of multiple choice and optional short answer questions to provide you the opportunity to influence our research and the overall market based on your experiences.

The areas of focus for the survey include:
  • Demographics
  • Development and testing challenges or constraints
  • Use of service virtualization (if applicable)
  • Service virtualization tool adoption (if applicable)
  • Benefits and feature needs (if applicable)
  • Productivity and ROI (if applicable)
  • Project characteristics and wrap-up
All of the data captured is confidential and anonymous. At the conclusion of the survey process, data will be tabulated, aggregated and analyzed to deliver a comprehensive overview.

Information about receiving a complimentary copy of the report based on this survey is available at the end of the survey.

We hope that you will enjoy taking this survey and sharing your experiences. This survey is conducted by voke, an independent analyst firm. More information about voke is available at www.vokeinc.com.
 
Here is the survey link one more time!

Thanks for your help.

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