Introduction

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Bloor Research welcomes you to this survey on Total Cost of Ownership - Data Management. Thank you very much for agreeing to participate in this survey. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes of your time.

The purpose of this research is to calculate the total cost of ownership (TCO) needed to adopt selected vendor products across a range of subject areas - all related to data management. We will use the data to estimate – based on proxy metrics - the complexity of projects using the selected tools, as well as the number of projects. Together with licensing and other cost-based information the survey will collect, we can then calculate TCO over a three year period.

As thanks for participating Bloor will make a donation to our chosen charity Mine Advisory Group (MAG). Bloor selected this charity based on their relationship with Endurance Athlete Rebecca Rusch, after watching her film Blood Road, see trailer. In addition to the donation Bloor will be providing access to the full film, and will be holding an invite only Q & A with Rebecca. If you choose you can also receive a free copy of the final research report.


Consent Information
  • If you have any queries you can call Bloor on +44 (0)207 043 9750. You can also email us at TCOSurvey@bloor.eu
  • By beginning the survey you are providing your consent to participate in this survey. If you would like to take a break at any time, you can leave the survey by closing it and return to it later, using the original link.
Data Protection
  • This is an anonymous survey, and is fully compliant with data protection requirements.
  • The information provided by you in this questionnaire will be used for research purposes only. It will not be used in a manner which would allow identification of your individual responses. Any personal details voluntarily provided will remain strictly confidential.
  • Anonymised research data will be archived at Bloor in order to make them available to other internal researchers, in line with current best practice in data sharing.

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