INNO-tec Survey on CA User Groups

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Oct 11, 2005
Dear Terry,

To date, I have received 721 responses (from 180 user groups) for the INNO-tec survey on CA user groups. Of these responses, 9 user/s have based their answers on Information Users Association (IUA).

In order to be able to perform an in-depth analysis of CA user groups for my research, I require a large number of (at least 1000) responses from members in various user groups. Hence, to provide an additional incentive to participate in the survey, INNO-tec will be giving away 4 Oktoberfest beer mugs to the CA user groups with the highest response rates in the following four ""individual member"" size categories: 1) 25 members and under, 2) 26 to 50 members, 3) 51 to 100 members, and 4) 101 members and above.

So PLEASE do forward this email to your members to inform them that the INNO-tec survey is still ACTIVE. If you are in more than one CA user group, you can further increase your chances of winning a beer mug by filling out one survey for each of the user groups that you are in.

To access the survey, you will need the following login and password details:
Login: causer
Password: +innotec1
You will find the survey at the following website:
OR you can go directly to the survey at:

To further promote the INNO-tec survey, I will be present at CARE and CA World in Las Vegas this year. So if you are interested in obtaining more details on my research on CA user groups, I would be more than happy to meet up with you!

With best regards,
Celine Schulz

Chern Celine Schulz, M.A.
Doctoral Candidate

INNO-tec - Institute for Innovation Research,
Technology Management and Entrepreneurship
Munich School of Management
University of Munich
Kaulbachstraße 45
D-80539 München
Tel.: +49 (0)89 2180-3760
Fax: +49 (0)89 2180-6284

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