Somebody is paying for the survey and I'd think Honda would be paying and the info would be going to them. Unless BMW or somebody is backdooring what people think of the AT. But that's a stretch. LOLThe problem I find with many surveys is, they're not actually generated by the company you think they are.
That's right. Survey completion judgement on a case-by-case basis.DT I kinda see your point but if I was sent the survey, whoever sent it already has my name and address. Given to them probably by Honda who knows I own an AT because I told them I did for warranty intel etc.
So me telling them in the survey I like or dislike a BMW, KTM or what I like and dislike about the AT really should not hurt me individually. And if everyone is honest in their evaluation of all bikes they ask about, likes and dislikes, should help us all with how they make future bikes and what they use the resources ($$$) they have which are not unlimited to develop our possible next bike.
Now if they ask personal questions and not bike questions.....that goes in the trash.
Time to change the oil and clean on the bike a tad more.
Have a good day or ride folks!
Naw, not really. I'm just making a point. If a company wants to know how well they did on any particular operation, then simply ask me. And do it yourself, not by using any third party. Simple.Scot
I see you get a little Fired Up over these surveys.
Enjoy the Ride
Often times it is cheaper for a corporation to farm out the survey management to a third party. Some corporations will argue it helps isolate bias in the survey questions. Maybe as a result, it makes some surveys "generic" and souless, which I have experienced. The surveying party really doesn't know what work was actually performed, but they know "something" was done.Naw, not really. I'm just making a point. If a company wants to know how well they did on any particular operation, then simply ask me. And do it yourself, not by using any third party. Simple.