April Survey Documentation

Help Us Deliver A Superior Customer Experience

Original Notice Sent: Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

At Dyn, we’re always striving to deliver the best experiences to our customers. As part of our current efforts to improve our website and online materials, we’d like to invite you to complete a brief survey about your experiences so far and what you’d like to see in the near future.

Things We Want You To Be Aware Of

  • Please rest assured that this is not a phishing attempt. Dyn is conducting this survey using a trusted third party, and will be treating all responses with care. We will not be asking you for any personally identifying information.
  • Please know that all of your answers will remain entirely confidential.. We will be using your responses to help us make some large-scale decisions about how to best serve our customers, and will not be following up with respondents individually.

Once again, we greatly value any insight you may be able to provide us, as your opinions are a critical part of our continued improvements.

Help us help others

As a reminder, all survey participants will help us choose one of three charitable/community initiatives to which Dyn will make a $500 donation! Simply make your selection at the end of the survey and the initiative that accumulates the most customer votes will be awarded the donation.

Alpha Loft

Alpha Loft is dedicated to accelerating the development of early-stage, scalable businesses and creating sustainable employment opportunities in the state of New Hampshire. Alpha Loft supports and provides resources to entrepreneurs, improving their prospects for successfully launching and scaling innovation-based businesses. Alpha Loft’s success means a strong entrepreneurial culture in NH, creating companies and high quality jobs.

STEAM Ahead

STEAM Ahead NH is a comprehensive educational initiative based in Manchester, NH that focuses on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. The goal of the project is to provide the opportunity for high school students to earn one full-year of college education while they are in high school at no cost.

CS Career Exploration

The Thomas J. Brennan Computer Science Career Exploration is a two-year program that will allow juniors and seniors in high school to learn about computer science and earn 12 or more college credits. The program is part of the Technology & Innovation Academy at the SEE Science Center - an interactive learning center established to promote the understanding, enjoyment and achievements of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.