AirVote® uncovers the truth about public perception of portable restrooms.
With 🔥 great memories 🔥 of the PSAI show behind us, we are full speed getting ready to meet y’all (again) next week at WWETT Show 2022!
Check us out in Booth #4320.
AirVote will be at the Tradeshow February 2nd and 3rd.
Come and see us at booth 430.
Keep an eye out on our FB page https://www.facebook.com/airvote for the special we will have during the week of the show.
Oct 13, 2022, Pumper — Case Study: Office Technology and Software – Pumper Aug 27, 2022, Airport Improvement Magazine — NEW DATA FROM AIRVOTE® ABOUT 2021-22 PASSENGER SATISFACTION TRENDS AT USA AIRPORTS Jun 29, 2022, Airline Routes and Ground Services Magazine — Indianapolis International Airport manages passenger feedback with AirVote® Jun 28, 2022, Airport Improvement Magazine — Indianapolis International […]
The AirVote Year in Review!
Most critical responses: Ukraine
Most happy responses: USA
Responses with funniest comments: USA
List of AirVote feature releases in chronological order. The list gives the release history and the “why”, short description and how the new functionality benefits the customers.
IPSO and AirVote would like to wish you a Happy World Toilet Day! Listen to the latest episode from Sebastian Ortiz talking on Get Flushed, the world’s favorite sanitation podcast, which recently won the Bronze Medal in the Business Category at the New Zealand Podcast Awards: https://youtu.be/DHSOQdO5XKw IPSO (International Portable Sanitation Observatory) is an information […]
When you think about measuring customer experience and satisfaction, three questions immediately come to mind, “what do I ask my customers”, “when do I ask”, and “how do I present my questions”.
Let’s talk about these separately…
A recent research by Marketing Technology Insights delves into why customers are motivated to submit reviews. It has a lot of numbers as the research slices the customer responses in many directions. For me, a big takeaway was how large the “benevolent factor” shows up in driving consumer advocacy, that is providing feedback, not because […]
Today I witnessed a rather interesting situation at a local supermarket. The checkout line happened to be long, and while waiting, a customer went to grab a cup of coffee from a nearby vending machine. He inserts the bill, selects the beverage, and … nothing happens. He tries it again – the same result.
A quick back and forth with the store staff member boils down to the fact that they are not responsible…