Facility Type:
Central Telephone Facility
Permanent Focus Group Facility
Quantitative Data Collection Services &

Computer-assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI)
Internet/Web Based Surveys
Central Telephone Facility:
35 CATI (computer-assisted telephone interviewing) stations with Voxco survey software
Bi-lingual interviewing in Spanish
In-house tabulations
In-house programming

Recruiting Services Offered:
Recruit for focus groups; one-on-ones; or consumer and business studies
Recruiting done in-house with recruiters on staff

Permanent Focus Group Facility:
Facility located in an office building with-in an hour from an airport
Focus Group moderators and one-on-one in-depth interviewers on staff here or in our home office in San Francisco
High-speed internet access
Fully equipped kitchen
19' x 26' room seats ten.
In-Store/On-Site Assignments:
Interviewing staff available for on-site assignments
Research Software Used:
CATI: Voxco Online Survey Software
Web Survey: Voxco Online Survey Software

Founded in 1986, The Henne Group (THG) is a San Francisco-based consulting group offering a wide range of research, planning, and communications services to clients from the public and private sectors.  THG specializes in all aspects of study design, survey instrument design, data collection, and analysis.  Grounded in social science and evidence-based practice, we have successfully completed hundreds of quantitative and qualitative research projects for a variety of government agencies, universities, not-for-profit organizations, major pharmaceutical companies, and other businesses.  We have worked in a variety of fields, including public health, healthcare, transportation, the environment, and finance.  Many of our projects are large-scale undertakings with complex and often difficult-to-implement procedures.  

 From 1990 through 2000, THG was a part-owner of Survey Methods Group, a 40-station data collection facility located in San Francisco.  Jeff Henne, THG’s President and CEO, was the managing partner of that facility, overseeing several multi-million dollar, NIH and NIMH government-funded research efforts.

 In 2005, THG established Waller Hall Research (WHR) in Greybull, Wyoming to augment its data collection capacity.  Both THG’s data collection centers in San Francisco (25 stations) and WHR’s data collection center in Greybull (35 stations) are run from the same server so that all data collection activities can be centrally monitored, and interviewing can be effortlessly passed off from one center to another.

Clients have included universities, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations, major pharmaceutical companies, and other businesses.