Benefits - Why Choose DISC?

Our proven track record and broad capabilities are just two of the reasons why many companies choose DISC Information Services over our competitors.  Here are a few more:

  • Experience:
    Hundreds of quantitative and qualitative research projects since 1996 have established us as experts in the industry.  Our research is gathered and analyzed through proven scientific methods, allowing you to make informed decisions with confidence.
  • Design Experience:
    Our staff is unique in its study of qualitative and quantitative research at the doctoral level. We have the proficiency necessary to design surveys that meet the exact requirements of a particular project.
  • State of the Art:
    Our reputation comes not only from ten-plus years of experience, but from our continuing association with nationally recognized professional research organizations. 
  • Full Service:
    All core survey research functions are undertaken in-house to maintain strict quality control standards. Included are project design and analysis activities, questionnaire development, sampling, data collection methodologies, data coding, editing, cleaning, tabulation, and graphical presentation for quantitative survey projects.
  • Facilities/Technology:
    We have operated from our own company facilities since 1996. We maintain all state-of-the-art technology.
  • Professional Staffing:
    DISC’s professional staff of analysts, project managers, and programmers have been chosen for their ability to design and conduct research with the highest aptitude.
  • Work Ethic:
    DISC staff are imbued with a solid Midwestern work ethic that promises the greatest attention to product value when you “outsource to Minnesota.”
  • Ethical Commitment:
    DISC Information Services Corporation adheres to a rigorous set of ethical and professional standards. These include, but are not limited to, the code of standards of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), the nation’s premier survey research industry association.