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Reg Technology Panel The Reg Technology Panel Barometer study, our bi-annual trawl through your priorities in tech, returns this week with a batch of new questions to map your focus, concerns, and initiatives for the next 12 months (you can see past studies here).

As ever, your help is needed.

You tell us what you're doing and then we'll publish the results for all to see – so you can measure just how your priorities pan-out against the rest of your sector. And perhaps understand whether your concerns are unsubstantiated or whether everyone is feeling the same pain.

There's five core questions with various sub-questions, so it should take you about five minutes to complete. Once you're done it'll take us about two weeks to analyse the data and publish the findings. If you want to give us your email address at the end, we'll even email you a copy of the report.

All the survey data is totally anonymous. But your feedback is crucial. The more of you that contribute, the more value you should be able to get from the resulting report.

We're eternally grateful for your support.

Happy surveying. ®

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