End Users' Purchase Behaviors on PC Operating Systems


Client

Leading IT Vendor in Worldwide Markets

Project Type

Consulting Project

The Challenge

This study intended to understand end-users' adoption on PC operating systems, awareness of the PC OS and vendor perception, purchase preference and preferred channels. It was designed to be a quick study to answer all questions within the shortest possible time frame.

The Solution

To finish this assignment with the very tight time pressure, we collected 656 valid samples in the Taipei Computex. We grouped all samples by Home users (248) and Corporate users (408); as well as Windows users and non-Windows users to investigate the different usage and behaviors of different segments. We also collected their opinions to IBM's OS/2, to compare with the dominating Microsoft Windows.

The Result


Windows accounted 71%, DOS 18%, both Windows & OS/2 7%, OS/2 only 1%, and others 3% in this survey. We delivered a lot of analysis regarding overall PC OS market, shares, usage, end user purchased channel, willingness to upgrade, PC OS awareness, satisfaction, and function requirements. This study helped our client to understand their product positioning, customer purchase behaviors & expectations, and to formulate the best sales and marketing strategies.


back to index

 



  Related Links
  Affiliate Websites
  Dialog.com.tw - Information to Change the World  
  Hot Topics
  The world's leader in providing information to organizations seeking competitive advantages  
  The world's most comprehensive online analytics system for managing, protecting and exploiting your intellectual property  
 
Copyright 2002-2017 TechInsight Inc. All rights reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Electronic Identity developed by
INVESTEC