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Stata implementation at Berlecon Research: Experiences made - requirements for a Professional Services Company

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  • Andreas Stiehler

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Berlecon Research is a German-based research company that analyzes the potential of new technologies within the IT, Internet and mobile industry in Germany and Europe. The analysis of survey data - typically deliverd by market research companies - are an integral part of the Berlecon activities. In 2004, the company implemented Stata 8 in order to streamline the data processing and to design high quality graphs and tables. The presentation will discuss the specific requirements for Professional Research organisations needed by Stata program. Thereby, main challenges and ways chosen to overcome them - as far as the Stata usage by Berlecon - will be explained. Lastly, a wish list for the Stata corporation will be presented.

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  • Andreas Stiehler, 2005. "Stata implementation at Berlecon Research: Experiences made - requirements for a Professional Services Company," German Stata Users' Group Meetings 2005 08, Stata Users Group.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:dsug05:08
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