Digital Partner


Nexel Research has partnered with cWork to boost capacities in facilitating online data activity. This partnership gives us the ability to access a wider range of panellists and digital data workers, and allows us to provide deeper insights to provide meaningful findings. At the moment, we have access to a pool of more than 6,000 panellists located all over the country. The majority of these panellists belong to the age group of 18-30 years and are able to serve as respondents as well as recruiters.

Mobile surveys & automated voice surveys

Screening: Human resources

Various location-based tasks

Sentiment analysis

Ad tracking

Video surveys

Crowdsourced telesurvey

Digital Communications: A Social Service​

At Nexel we are deeply passionate about serving our community, its people and the environment surrounding us. We have a burning desire to aid in the sustenance and development of the wider populace and feel that it is our responsibility as citizens of this world to provide services to that end.
In the current situation that has befallen us, we believe it is of utmost important to come to the aid of humanity in any which way possible. As a research firm, we feel that we can arm the decision makers, health personnel and policy developers with consolidated data. We live in a world that allows us to reach out to others regardless of physical contact, and that is where digital communication comes in.

How can we help?

  • We can enable data collection from a wide array of respondents due to our digital connectivity. This platform allows us to not only assemble large amounts of data, but also gather in depth information though interviewing and observation without any face to face interaction.
  • Digital media also allows us to provide information and training tools via online videos and podcasts.
  • In the current circumstances where a significant portion of the younger population will possibly face unemployment or reduced income, we are able to provide them work as digital data workers and to some extent as panellists. This will not only help them build their skill set in an ever-growing line of work, but also increase their chances of doing better financially.