OPPi is an AI-powered opinion crowdsourcing tool to help people to understand, participate/engage with and share perspectives about issues, places and ideas.
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The elections are now over and with official results fresh out of the oven, the ruling party of Singapore, Peoples’ Action Party (PAP), obtained 61.24% of the overall valid votes on 11 July 2020.Read more
OPPi is proud to have partnered with the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), an independent think-tank that studies and generates public policy ideas in Singapore, for an online forum poll on 13 May 2020.Read more
The issue of a Singaporean core in the workforce, especially at middle to higher management levels, has been in the national spotlight. In the opening of Parliament on 31 August, Labour MP Patrick Tay suggested that local authorities can do more to protect the Singaporean workforce.Read more
Decisions are at the core of any successful endeavour. The challenge is how do we make the right decisions at the right time for the right issues and people?Read more
OPPi provides people the sense-making ability.
OPPi is an AI-powered opinion crowdsourcing and engagement tool for decision makers. OPPi helps diverse stakeholders find common ground via the introduction of simple emergent surveys, which in turn helps promote self-awareness to reveal shared beliefs. In addition to facilitating the discovery of new perspectives, the tool aims to capture the full gamut of sentiment with its inclusive framework. This is done in real-time to offer quick and digestible insights to inform decision making.
Find out what your audience think. Get fresh perspectives that you otherwise would not think about. Let others share your problems.
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We strive to be as inclusive as possible. That's our main difference. Check out this article where we explore these differences.
Definitely! There is no restriction in which country this product can be used.
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