Investigative organisation rely heavily on Crowdsourcing the public is encouraged to contact the organisation so that they can build their investigative reports.
Currently most organisations relay on traditional telephony and email to be contacted. This methodology can be inefficient and impractical, especially if this Crowdsourcing is in low socio-economic areas scattered around the world.
Investigative organisations need to take advantage of the global use of the smartphone. Even in the poorest areas in the world people have smartphones and are used to communicating with apps.
HaYa Org with HaYa Chat offer a simple and effective solution
Investigative organisations can sign up to HaYa Org and have QR codes for specific to their crowdsourcing projects.
These QR codes can be printed on leaflets and posters located in appropriate locations and hot-spots.
This allows any person to scan the QR code and within seconds they can be in a live chat with a researcher, without having to disclose any personal information as HaYa Chat app doesn’t require any registration.
Benefits of HaYa
The benefit for the individual is that their identity is protected and they can be chatting in their native language.
The benefit for the researcher is that they are able to take their time to interact with the person and be able to gather more in-depth information.
With HaYa Org you can have multiple administrators manning the system where incoming chats are distributed amongst them. This allows the organisation to scale up depending on traffic.
HaYa Org can be set up in minutes allowing for quick deployment of QR codes. Try HaYa Org for free with no obligations and test it internally by getting your staff to scan the QR code and chat with you.