Woopra

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Woopra, Inc.
Type Web Services
Industry Technology
Founders Elie Khoury, Jad Younan
Headquarters San Francisco, California, U.S.
Key people Elie Khoury, CEO
Jad Younan, CTO
Products Woopra Web Analytics
Website www.woopra.com

Woopra /ˈwprə/ is a real-time customer analytics service used by sales, service and marketing teams.

The platform is designed to help organizations optimize the customer life-cycle by delivering live, granular behavioral data for individual website visitors and customers. It ties this individual-level data to aggregate analytics reports for a full life-cycle view that bridges departmental gaps.

Clients[edit]

Woopra provides real-time customer analytics services to clients in the SaaS, high tech, eCommerce, banking, and real estate industries and tracks over 200,000 websites.

Press[edit]

In 2012, eWeek listed Woopra as a "hot web analytics" company[1] and American Express OPEN Forum listed it as one of the "smartest web analytics tools".[2]

Business 2 Community, in 2012, cites Woopra's real time analytics as a useful adjunct to Google Analytics.[3]

ReadWriteWeb named Woopra a top web product of 2010 and gave it an honorable mention in 2011. ReadWriteWeb's Founder, Richard MacManus, says Woopra is "without a doubt the most addictive business tool I use."[4]

In 2009, Daniel Brusilovski from TechCrunch called Woopra an "impressive live tracking and analytics service".[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Preimesberger, Chris. "Enterprise Applications: 10 Hot Data, Web Analytics Companies That You Should Know". 
  2. ^ Jantsch, John. "The 10 Smartest Web Analytics Tools". 
  3. ^ Jones, Shane (June 19, 2012). "Woopra: A Great Alternative to Google Analytics". business2community.com. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  4. ^ MacManus, Richard. "Richard MacManus' Top 10 Web Products of 2010". ReadWriteWeb. Retrieved 2012-02-25. 
  5. ^ Brusilovski, Daniel (2009-10-12). "Woopra Opens Its Doors For Live Web Analytics". TechCrunch. Archived from the original on 2009-10-15. 

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