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Launch

1 Ratings

Qubit Opentag

16 Ratings

Launch

1 Ratings
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Score 8 out of 101

Qubit Opentag

16 Ratings
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Score 7.8 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

Launch

If you're an Adobe customer, especially Adobe Analytics, Launch should be your first choice. If you're not an Adobe customer, you should call them and tell [them] it should be available to everyone.Native mobile app version was not available until very recently, so I can't evaluate it yet.
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Qubit Opentag

If needed to deploy pixels in no time, fast - this is an ideal candidate.Less if you need special targeting rules as these are a bit behind - compares with Google Tag Manager.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Security

Launch
10.0
Qubit Opentag
Role-based user permissions
Launch
10.0
Qubit Opentag

Tag Management

Launch
7.4
Qubit Opentag
9.8
Tag library
Launch
9.0
Qubit Opentag
10.0
Tag variable mapping
Launch
9.0
Qubit Opentag
Ease of writing custom tags
Launch
10.0
Qubit Opentag
10.0
Rules-driven tag execution
Launch
10.0
Qubit Opentag
9.0
Improved page load times
Launch
5.0
Qubit Opentag
10.0
Mobile app tagging
Launch
5.0
Qubit Opentag
Library of JavaScript extensions
Launch
4.0
Qubit Opentag

Data Management & Integrity

Launch
7.3
Qubit Opentag
Event tracking
Launch
10.0
Qubit Opentag
Universal data layer
Launch
5.0
Qubit Opentag
Automated error checking
Launch
7.0
Qubit Opentag

Pros

  • Granular user permissions.
  • Asynchronous deployment option.
  • Full control of code execution timing (wherever technically possible).
Alexander Dolinin profile photo
  • Deploy/disable pixels to production on demand
  • Be able to control pixel position and firing criteria
  • Use a directory of third party vendors which makes it even faster
Dan Ben-Zikry profile photo

Cons

  • Documentation could be better.
  • It should be available to everyone, not just Adobe customers.
Alexander Dolinin profile photo
  • Reporting part is lacking
  • Copy pixels between containers no longer exists
Dan Ben-Zikry profile photo

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Qubit Opentag8.2
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Qubit has supported us with our business goals and continues to do so.
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Alternatives Considered

Great integration with Adobe Analytics, flexibility, ease of use.
Alexander Dolinin profile photo
Qubit is much easier to use and select object vs. Google Tag Manager.
Dan Ben-Zikry profile photo

Return on Investment

  • Made vendor tags deployment and management easier.
Alexander Dolinin profile photo
  • One of the most obvious and beneficial features is the huge reduction in HTTP requests, giving us a great site performance benefit.
  • Managing all of our tags in one place has removed a lot of potential complications.
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Pricing Details

Launch

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details

Qubit Opentag

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details