In June 2022 we conducted a survey to find out more about what our academic customers think of Cambridge Cognition’s products and services. These surveys are a great opportunity for our customers to give us their honest and candid feedback. We had a great response and gained some very interesting insights and feedback. Here we discuss four of the main points that we learned from the survey.
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