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16 Oct 2012  |  North America
The Present and the Future of the Physical Security Technologies in Financial Services
This customer research measures the physical security demand as perceived among facility/security managers within the financial services industry in the United States. A Web-based survey methodology was utilized. The fieldwork was conducted during July of 2012. The sample consisted of managers (n=100) responsible for physical security in financial ...
16 Mar 2012  |  North America
The Present and the Future of the Physical Security Technologies in Retail
This studys research objective was to gauge the usage of physical security technologies within U.S. retail chains with at least five stores. Data was collected in August 2011 using Web-based survey that sampled 179 United States managers. To help minimize threats such as shoplifting and theft, analog video surveillance technologies and access co...
28 Feb 2011  |  North America
In October-November 2010, Frost & Sullivan surveyed 2,003 travelers who had flown from one U.S. top-50 airport to another U.S. top-50 airport. Points covered in the following presentation include: - Booking of the trip - Transportation to the departure airport - Checking in at the departure airport - Airport amenities utilized - Getting to t...
13 May 2010  |  North America
The overall research objective is to measure air travelers commercial airline preferences. Supporting this overall research objective, the research also measures: Commercial airline awareness unaided (top-of-mind awareness) versus aided The ticket purchase process. Specifically: Source of information Purchase channel Important f...
02 Nov 2009  |  North America
The 2009 Annual CEO Survey on Growth Perspective Study measured what strategies CEOs around the globe use to grow their organizations. Specifically, we investigated the following: 1. CEOs' Growth Objectives 2. CEOs Growth Strategy Assessment Furthermore, this research also measured the use of media as an information source among leading exec...
29 Jun 2007  |  North America
This customer report details how North American CEO's feel about domestic airlines. This report interviewed hundreds of CEO's, in order to, provide insight into their thinking about which airlines are the best and which ones need work.
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