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Survey on the benefits of re-using Open Data

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Survey on the benefits of re-using Open Data

This survey is designed to gather information on companies that create products and/or services building on the re-use of Open Data. The examples provided should illustrate the economic impact of re-using Open Data at company level. This survey aims to include everyone. Whether you are a start-up, a non-profit organisation, a SME or a multibillion company, thanks for taking the time to participate in our survey!

More about the survey here

 

The definition of Open Data used in the survey is:

Open (Government) Data refers to the information collected, produced or paid for by the public bodies (also referred to as Public Sector Information) and made freely available for re-use for any purpose.

Please answer all questions to the best of your knowledge. 

 
1 Start 2 Financial Information 3 People 4 Use of Data Sets 5 Success factors 6 Contact Information 7 Other 8 Complete
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Supplier: Allows others to use and re-use Open Data. Aggregator: Collects and aggregates Open Data and, sometimes, other proprietary data and finds correlations, identifies efficiencies, and visualizes complex relationships. Developer: Designs, builds, and[/or] sells web-based, tablet, smartphone applications. Enricher: Uses Open Data to enhance their existing products and services through better insight (typically larger companies). Enabler: Facilitates the supply of Open Data or use of Open Data
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