Mobile Solutions 2017-01-03T09:35:11+00:00

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MOBILE DATA COLLECTION SOLUTIONS

Improving quality and shortening timelines

Capturing data using paper forms and then transcribing the results onto office computer is not only error prone it is extremely inefficient, and most organizations who want to migrate from page to screen–from PAPI to CAPI–do face the challenge of  not knowing what data capture software best meets their needs.

With our quality mobile data collection solution we ensure smooth transition  from surveys based on paper-and-pen interviewing (PAPI) to those based on computer-assisted personal interviewing (CAPI).

Realise the benefits of mobile data collection by choosing Exodus.

  • Save time Analyse your results as soon as the data is transferred from the field. No delays
  • Data quality-quality controls and checks to eliminate routing problems within the questionnaire.
  • Accurate result – input is point and click via menus & multiple choice questions leaving no room for human error.
  • Rich data collection- automatic date and time stamping, photos, GPS coordinates of data collection points.
  • Real time data validation- researchers alerted when new information is available or action needs to be taken.
  • Data Security –Enforced password protection and  automatic data backups.
  • Enhance Accessibility- Data made available in the cloud.

 

Working for REPOA, our experts have  developed data capture software and monitored mobile data collection  for the below surveys .

 

  • United Nations Children’s Fund(UNICEF) – Impact Evaluation of Cash Transfer (TASAF) on Youth Well-being  (Tanzania 2015)
  • United Nations Population Fund(UNFPA) & Children’s Dignity Forum(CDF)- Child Marriage Study (Tanzania 2015)
  • International Development Research Centre(IDRC) -Assessing the impact of cash transfers(TASAF)  on women empowerment (Tanzania 2015)
  • GiZ-Inclusion of persons with disabilities in systems of social protection(Tanzania 2014)
  • World Bank – Service Delivery Indicator (Tanzania 2014)capi training