When people need to find tickets to the most popular sports, theatre and concert events, they turn to TicketLiquidator.com to find them. Ticket Liquidator uses the Analytics Suite 2 to get a reliable view of digital performance in real time…
Data democratisation is a topic near and dear to our hearts at AT Internet. It’s one of the pillars of our product strategy, and we have long championed the benefits of democratising data throughout organisations.
To optimise your e-commerce site and boost turnover, it’s essential to measure and track several KPIs. If you’re an e-retailer, these KPIs will help you track your e-commerce performance on a daily basis. Generally speaking, your KPIs should be mapped to the successive steps a visitor takes in your purchase funnel
Going beyond the observations from part 1 of this article, let’s now take a look at how to conquer the challenge of digital transformation.
Now that we’ve covered graphic design and UX tips for your analytics dashboards, let’s now dive into the heart of your data with the last post in our “spotlight on dataviz” series.
With clear objectives in mind and a few notions of graphic design, UX and data visualisation, you’ve got all you need to bring life to your data!
Digital analytics data’s central role within a company no longer needs to be proven. With data volumes that are booming exponentially, as well as diversifying analytics user profiles, the democratisation of web analytics data is in full swing.
Christmas is nearly here, and e-Commerce sites are decking their halls in preparation for this period of intense activity which brings holiday enthusiasm but a fair share of stress as well.