Market Research Software Firm E-Tabs Appoints New Client Consultant

Nitu Pannu named E-Tabs’ new Client Consultant.

April 25, 2013 – London, UK – E-Tabs, the award winning provider of Market Research data visualization and automated reporting solutions, announces the appointment of Nitu Pannu as Client Consultant.

In her role Pannu will be responsible for advising new and existing clients primarily in North America on their reporting processes. Since completing her Computer Science degree from Westminster University, Nitu has gained a wide range of knowledge and experience within the market research industry. These include technical roles at Eclipse Marketing followed by Client Services and Data Analysis at Cegedim Strategic Data which, combined with her technical abilities, ensures Pannu is perfectly positioned to provide E-Tabs’ clients with valuable reporting strategies and advice.

“I am delighted to have the opportunity to work with such a well established and highly regarded company in E-Tabs,” says Pannu. “I look forward to speaking with and assisting their clients in producing more efficient and engaging reports.”

Commenting on Pannu’s appointment, Mathew Francis, E-Tabs Global Director of Consultancy said:

“E-Tabs are pleased to welcome Nitu to the team with the knowledge that her technical background coupled with excellent client consulting skills will be an invaluable asset as we continue to deliver innovative and business enhancing solutions to the MR industry.”

About E-Tabs
Since 1993, E-Tabs’ portfolio of innovative market research tools has helped clients slash costs and streamline essential MR reporting processes. Their award-winning ‘Enterprise’ report automation solution enables population of reports directly from data tables, their dynamic ‘Dashboard’ product is designed to deal with the complexities of MR data, and the revolutionary automated table-checking solution, ‘Verify’, checks frequencies, percentages, hole counts and more in minutes while also highlighting suspicious results and pinpointing errors.