Adobe acquired Omniture in 2009 and re-branded the platform as SiteCatalyst. It is now part of Adobe Marketing Cloud along with other products such as social marketing, test and targeting, and tag management.
SiteCatalyst is one of the leading vendors in the web analytics category and is particularly strong in combining web analytics with other digital marketing capabilities like audience management and data management.
Adobe Analytics also includes predictive marketing capabilities that help…
Score 8.4 out of 10
Mid-Size Companies (51-1,000 employees)
Heap is a web analytics platform captures every user interaction on web iOS with no extra code. The tool allows you to track events and set up funnels to understand user flow and dropoff. It also provides visualization tools to track trends over time.
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Up to 10k sessions/month
Starting at $3,600 annually
Up to 300k sessions/year
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Custom sessions per month and unlimited projects
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Custom sessions per month
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level Setup Fee
No setup fee
Heap pricing is based on session volume. A session is a period of activity from a single user on your app or website. It can include many pageviews or events.
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What really stood out was the auto capture functionality and the ability to do as many custom reporting as we can, and it had very comparable features to a lot of other user analytics tools, but we liked how clean it was at pulling in data as well. definitely recommend for …
From a startup perspective, Heap is one of the best and fastest ways to go from 0 analytics to nearly all of what one would need with the least amount of effort. It's faster and easier to implement than many above and it's better suited for quick quantifiable analytics that …
While Heap is more expensive than the free version of Google Analytics, we find that the cost is well worth it for the unlocks it provides to our product management and analytics team to regularly modify tracking and build reporting.