GitLab is an online Git repository manager with a wiki, issue tracking, CI and CD. It is a great way to manage git repositories on a centralized server. GitLab gives you complete control over your repositories or projects and allows you to decide whether they are public or private for free.
Delighted is a service that employs single question surveys to provide businesses with real-time customer feedback. Each survey question can have a rating scale for customers to select from as well as a section where customers have the option to leave a free-form comment. This provides both a numerical score - that can be collected to create a Net Promoter Score (NPS) - and useful customer feedback that Delighted can filter and search to retrieve the most useful responses for a given purpose.
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Create a survey recipient, including their customer ID, email address and phone number. Then, you can customize your survey delays based on your customers’ needs and preferences, specifying how you want the surveys sent - via SMS or email - and how frequently you want them sent.
Retrieve data from customer responses, including the score they selected, any comments they left in response to the survey and the person ID for the customer (which allows you to continue to track their responses). Additionally, use this data to create and update your Net Promoter Score, which can help provide customer analytics both within Delighted and in other data sources via integration.
View important metrics for your account like your NPS and the percentage of your respondents that identified as promoters, passives, or detractors. This provides a broader view of your survey performance that can help you determine your overall business performance.
When someone unsubscribes, you can maintain their previous survey response data and view their old emails. When integrated with other user data, this information can provide key business insights. It can also be used to run an array of business analyses, including predictive analytics.