SurveyMonkey Swings into the Enterprise Jungle

Allison Howen
by Allison Howen 18 Nov, 2013

It can be difficult for large enterprises to keep data organized, but a new product from SurveyMonkey aims to change that.

The popular online survey platform launched SurveyMonkey Enterprise to provide large businesses with greater control, enhanced collaboration features and data comparison technology that can lead to better decision making. The Enterprise product is the result of frequent customer requests for the ability to centrally manage the service. Through the new offering, administrators can invite colleagues to join their group in order to bring all survey history together. This not only enables enterprises to take complete ownership of their data, but also enables better user management and consolidates billing.

"Today, employees demand their business tools and software be as simple and elegant as the services they use in their personal lives," says Dave Goldberg, SurveyMonkey CEO. "SurveyMonkey Enterprise provides the best of both worlds. It gives organizations the control they need to harness the power of the data being created, and the ability for their employees to use a service they know and love. This enables employees from all functions to make better decisions and have a positive impact on the entire company."

At launch, the first group of Enterprise customers include Aetna, Hearst Corporation, the New York Giants and Yamaha. The product is also available internationally, and is being leveraged by Brazil's TAM Airlines and the United Kingdom's National Health Service. It is important to note that the SurveyMonkey Enterprise offering also includes all features of the Platinum package, such as brand control, expert survey templates, phone support and HIPPA compliance.