Survey Classic Car Restoration Software

Welcome to our survey about the question, if software can be any help for you during your restoration work.

The survey lasts aprox. 5 - 10 minutes.

1) Are you restoring as a profession or private?

2) How many restorations (partial or complete) including running restorations have you done?
3) Which type of vehicles are you restoring mainly?

4) How much money (in EUR) do you spend in avarage per restoration.

Please feel free to enter a range.

5) How long is the average duration of your restorations?

Please feel free to enter a range.

6) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to have a detailed documentation of the dismantling process?

This documentation could help you during reassembly.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

7) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to have an overview of the location of your parts eg. storage location or currently by supplier?

This could help you save time when searching for parts.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

8) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to have an overview of all how each part must be restored?

This can be of importance when you, for example, want to send all parts that need to bee sand blasted, to your supplier and don't one to miss any.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

9) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to have an overview of the restoration progress of each part and the overall project?

This information could help you list modules, consisting of multiple parts, that are ready for reassembling.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

10) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to have an overview of your spendings?

If you planed a budget for your project, then this information could help you check if you are on budget.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

11) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to plan the budget for your project?

If you plan your budget, you can keep control over your spendings and make target-actual comparisons.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

12) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to have an overview of the time spent on a restoration?

If you make time estimates your project, then this information could help you check if your estimates are correct and if your project is on time.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

13) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to plan your project in terms of working effort and path through times?

If you plan your time effort, you can make target-actual comparisons.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

14) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to have access to a list of suppliers for parts and services?

Instead of searching the internet, you could have an extensive list of suppliers, categorized and filtered for you needs.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

15) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to see ratings of suppliers from other restorers (similar as Ebay or Amazon)?

This information could help you make the right decission for a supplier.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

16) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, that suppliers are close to your place?

If they are close, you can visit them and check if they really are the right supplier for you.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

17) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to get in contact with restorers who restore the same or similar vehicles?

Such restorers can have valuable know how that could help you.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

18) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is it for you, to have a detailed documentation of your restoration at the end of your project?

Such a documenation could also be valuable when selling your vehicle.

1 = not important - 5 = very important

19) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is the time aspect in your projects?

1 = I have enough time, so time is no issue - 5 = time is money and I want to finish my project as soon as possible

20) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is the money component in your projects?

1 = I have enough money, main thing is, that the result is perfect - 5 = I have a very limited budget and every additional spending hurts

21) On a scale from 1 to 5: How important is the quality aspect in your projects?

1 = quality plays a secondary role, main thing ist that the restoration is fast and cheap  - 5 = quality is paramount, regardles of time and money

22) Is there anything else, we didn't ask but what is important for you when restoring?
23) Please describe (as detailed as you whish), how you document your restoration and which tools you use.

Tools could be like: paper and pencil, computer, tablet, phone, pocket camera, DSLR, video camera, voice recorder etc.
24) How far would you go when restoring a vehicle?

I would...

25) From your point of view: what are the major issues when restoring classical vehicles and how do you think that they could be solved?

Please describe...
26) Could you imagine to use a restoration software for your restoration?

If you answer no, then please comment.

27) What should be the 3 most important highlights of a restoration software?

Please order by priority...
28) Which input devices could you imagine to use during restoration work (dismantling, restoration, reassembly)

Input devices could be: keyboard on desktop computer or laptop, tablet, mobile phone, voice recorder, photo camera, video camera, etc.

29) Could you imagine to wear a head set in order to document the restoration process (mainly during dismantling) and to control the software via voice recording and voice recognition?

Please comment you answer.

30) Do you have access to the internet in your workshop or garage?

If you have access then please comment what sort of access you have: WLAN, mobile internet

31) Which operating system are you using?

32) How much would you be willing to spend for a restoration software if you would have to pay a one time licence fee?

With a one time licence fee there won't be any recurring costs. Updates are not free and support is limited.

33) How much would you be willing to spend per year for a subscription?

Subscriptions charge recurring costs as long as the subscription is not canceled. Free updates and support are guaranteed during the subscription period.

34) Which licence type would you prefer?



Thank you very much to participate in our survey!

If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us via email: info@duettos.com

 



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