Keynote Systems (Discontinued) vs. Open Web Analytics

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Keynote Systems (Discontinued)
Score 8.0 out of 10
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Keynote Systems' monitoring solution provided cloud-based solutions for mobile app quality and performance. It was acquired by Dynatrace and is no longer available.N/A
Open Web Analytics
Score 9.0 out of 10
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Open Web Analytics is an open source web analytics software product licensed under GPL and provides website owners and developers with ways to add web analytics to their sites using simple Javascript, PHP, or REST based APIs. OWA also comes with support for tracking websites made with content management frameworks such as WordPress and MediaWiki.N/A
Pricing
Keynote Systems (Discontinued)Open Web Analytics
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Keynote Systems (Discontinued)Open Web Analytics
Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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User Ratings
Keynote Systems (Discontinued)Open Web Analytics
Likelihood to Recommend
8.0
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9.0
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User Testimonials
Keynote Systems (Discontinued)Open Web Analytics
Likelihood to Recommend
Discontinued Products
It is totally suited for start ups that are developing an app. With Keynote they will be able to test it and to have some feedback about the bugs that it may have, even before they launch it. It will help you have a better product once it's launched.
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Open Source
Open Web Analytics is an opportunity for those that like to have skeletons for the start of customized solutions. The package offers several best practices set of features and functions. The possibilities add up to higher performance API for example from Google Analytics. The vast of additional features are of higher value because the market does not have other solutions. There are solutions around Open Web Analytics for example in SAP Design Studio that integrate beyond Content Management systems and attached Shops Systems to Warehousing, Logistics, and Deliverment Management. The market situation are covering all that is possible and has demand. The universality is implemented at the user interface and therefore unmatched and even robust for new kinds of visualization interfaces or input device types. A draw is that against payment system remains a security gap and data security and data safety might be a topic for each customer and user.
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Pros
Discontinued Products
  • User simulation
  • Multidevice test
  • Great monitorization of your app's performance
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Open Source
  • High performance track and state-of-the-art analyze the human use of website pages and apps.
  • Combines conventional Google Analytics-like-tracking with heatmap-like-tracking features.
  • Offers JavaScript and PHP based APIs for web analytics page integration of versatile tracking features.
  • Supports best practices established for content management frameworks based on WordPress or MediaWiki.
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Cons
Discontinued Products
  • It's difficult to use it if you are not an expert
  • The code is difficult to implement depending on the format
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Open Source
  • Open Web Analytics can be available for integration for the broad mass in all PHP- and Javascript-based Content Management Frameworks.
  • A shop for custom add-ons of the platform Open Web Analytics may be a big chance.
  • Enhance in documentation, examples, best practices are a great chance to get more users active and a broader audience.
  • Offer a closer integration to the leading tool Google Analytics in so many features and functions. Learn from Matomy for example.
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Alternatives Considered
Discontinued Products
We used Keynote Systems because it's easier to use it by yourself and you can prepare your own app and do the testing with the target you are addressing it to.
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Open Source
Google Analytics is the market leader for web analytics. The package offers search engine marketing that can be integrated into Open Web Analytics. The features and functions of Open Web Analytics compare close to Matomo Analytics. In terms of market share Google Analytics has all and the other two have very little and their other competitors have almost nothing. That changes in specialized markets. Google Analytics is everywhere and much more influential than other search engines because of that particular service. There had been a dying period for such web analytics software packages. There are three kinds of web analytics software packages. Free/open source like Open Web Analytics and Matomo, Proprietary like Urchin from Google, and hosted/software-as-a-service-packages like the market leader Google Analytics. I consider all as rather different in performance. Those closer to the busiest server are the best for traffic. Heat maps are well placed on the hosting server.
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Return on Investment
Discontinued Products
  • It helped us to find some critical errors before we launched it
  • We launched the final version with a great feedback
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Open Source
  • Moderate lifetime operating costs.
  • Enhances the performances of all online business interests enormously.
  • Enables a great customized experience of web analytics.
  • Compatible to web analytics standards and references.
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