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NOVA's software development team is experienced in design and development of high-quality software for the medical and behavioral research communities. Our products range from customized solutions for specific projects to general-purpose tools that researchers can adapt to their own needs. Developed software runs on all versions of the Windows operating system, including the Pocket PC platform.

NOVA's software team provides:
  • Needs assessment
  • Design and programming of software products
  • Operational support
  • User documentation
  • Training services
  • Technical support
  • Development of maintenance upgrades
The common objective that spans all these activities is to provide the best possible tools and support in order to maximize both productivity and quality.

For more information on our software development services, please contact Susan Scheck at 301-986-1891, Ext.108 or .

"Best training I've attended."
Participant, National Development and Research Institutes, Inc.
New York, NY

"QDS™ is without peer in terms of power, features, and flexibility. QDS™ has become our primary platform for constructing and administering behavioral research questionnaires."
Fen Rhodes, Ph.D., Senior Research
      Associate/Emeritus Professor
California State University, Long Beach, CA

"...by far, the best customer support that [I have] encountered with any software product."
QDS™ Customer


Selected Products:

QDS
QDS is a questionnaire development product that can be used to develop any type of custom or standard survey, instrument, or data collection form, to administer in a variety of modes, and to perform data management.


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