Data Collection

Data collection is a process of preparing and collecting data for statistical analyses. Data is gathered through different modes such as observations, surveys, inquiries and other human activities. Datanetic has comprehensive and full-customized research capabilities that can help you make decisions for your business. You can hire our services to gather data for any particular purpose.

We will gather data from different sources and present them in front of you in an organized manner. Our team has expertise in conducting research in different languages both national and international.

Purpose of Data Collection

  • To access information
  • Maintain Record
  • Take Decision
  • Mend Important Issues
  • To pass information to others

Type of Data Collection

Primary Research : Primary means the original or firsthand data research. The data that is collected from the field under the supervision of data collector is known as Primary Data collection. This type of data is fresh and is collected for the first time, the investigator uses such data for statisti

Secondary Research : Secondary data is collected by others and is used by others as well. It is a data that is reused, this may or may not be specific to the data collector’s need. This kind of data is collected with the help of Government publications, internal records, websites, censuses, reports, books, journals and articles etc. It is not so expensive and requires less time and efforts. This information is available for free and generally it is in raw form. Sometimes, companies “package” it and sell it to others.

Datanetic uses extensive resource both paid and unpaid to access Secondary Data. Once the data is collected from different sources such as the press, the internet, statistical publication and analytical reports, we cross check all the data from the references and collation it, then only we present it to our clients.

Internal Resources for Secondary Data Collection

  • Sales Records
  • Cost Information
  • Marketing Activities
  • Distributors Reports
  • Distributors Feedbacks
  • Customer Feedback etc.

External Resources for Secondary Data Collection

  • Journals
  • Books
  • Newspaper
  • Magazine
  • Internet
  • Libraries etc.