|Founders||Elie Khoury, Jad Younan|
|Headquarters||San Francisco, California, U.S.|
|Key people||Elie Khoury, CEO
Jad Younan, CTO
|Products||Woopra Web Analytics|
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.
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.
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."
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