CAWI (Computer Assisted Web Interviewing) – technology allowing to conduct interviews on the Internet.
CATI (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing) – computer system for telephone interviewing.
A focus-group studio equipped with stationary redundant audio- and video hardware, a TV screen, one-way Gesell mirror that separates the meeting room from the observation room.
ABBYY FlexiCapture – equipment and software for in-line (sequence flow) scanning and text recognition and further automated data input in a database.
Tableau – analytical software for "big data" analysis allowing to create interactive dashboards, interactive maps, interactive analytical reports, to analyze media (online social networks, blogosphere, news feeds, etc.), to connect to a number of data sources (Excel, Access, Text File, Google Analylics, Google BigQuery, Hortonworks Hadoop Hive, HP Vertica, etc.), to perform a comprehensive comparative analysis. Built-in security system guarantees that only authorized personnel gain access to sensitive data. The flexible features of Tableau configure the system for simultaneous operations of a research team and provide easy access to results. Tableau provides an opportunity to work with the data remotely.