Surveytool

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SurveyTool.com
Type Private
Industry Online survey services
Founded 2006
Headquarters San Francisco, California
Key people Noman Ali, CEO
Employees 35
Website http://www.surveytool.com/

SurveyTool is a private American product that enables users to create their own Web-based surveys. The company also conducts survey-related business as Peanut Labs. An enhanced paid product and services are also available. The company allows business to conduct research and collect customer feedback online. The company's offices are located in San Francisco, California.[1] The company was founded in 2006 by Ali Moiz, Noman Ali, Murtaza Hussain and Prosper Nwankpa.[2] In October 2010, the private company was sold to e-Rewards, the worlds largest online sampling company for an undisclosed sum.[1] Noman Ali was subsequently named CEO.[1]

In 2008, the company received $3.2 million in venture financing from Leapfrog Ventures and BV Capital.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Bounds, Jeff (September 28, 2010). "SF-based Peanut Labs acquired". 
  2. ^ "Xuqa becomes Peanut Labs". 
  3. ^ "Peanut Labs Survey Tool gets $3.2 million." February 19, 2008.