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We are constantly improving, and the Product Development process is a cycle. That is why we came up with a new initiative called Lansweeper User Research Panel. 

The objective is to keep engaging with passionate users by building a pool of clients willing to participate in ad hock activities with us, from surveys to interviews with Product Managers or Researchers. 


The User Research Panel is not tied to a Product development stage like the Beta Program, and the Early Adopters Program are. It will help us "be lean" and embrace continuous feedback and improvement.

Each Panel will have a topic defined by the Product Manager or Researcher in charge. Furthermore, we will determine the best research activities to address that topic and respond to our assumptions. 


Discover our Open Programs here 👉 Discover our open User Research Panels and join the topic you are an expert on.


Are you ready?

  • Be bold in participating in different research activities: surveys, usability tests, interviews... and so on
  • Raise your voice and make an impact on the selected topic
  • Win exclusive Lansweeper merchandise at home


What types of participants are we looking for?

  • First in line to experience new capabilities and the opportunity to share your feedback directly with us
  • Influence our product roadmap to suit your needs better
  • Access to rewards and exclusive Lansweeper swag 
  • Establish a long time relationship between YOU and the Lansweeper product team

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