Qubit Reviews

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Gideon Caspi | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 28, 2017

Qubit - Segmentation, Personalisation and Optimisation

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Qubit is well suited to a medium size organisation with enough resources to fire tests frequently and act on findings as they become available. An important detail to remember is that final implementation is often quite different to testing, so the ability to then transfer winning variations to your live projects is crucial!
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William Van Fleet | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 28, 2017

Qubit: Testing and Optimization Ideal for Nimble Digital Commerce Organizations

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Qubit seems to be geared toward clients looking for a total solution, including professional services and creative and development resources. I'd definitely recommend Qubit if you lack internal resources to fuel a lot of testing and personalization initiatives. If you lack flexibility in your commerce platform or your analytics solution, Qubit will still be able to meet your needs, but I don't think you'll get the most possible out of the relationship. If you're particularly nimble or not yet committed to an analytics solution, I think Qubit provides a fully featured, premium product backed by a professional, responsive, competent team.
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Joe Dingley | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 23, 2017

Qubit - User review

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If you don't have development resources Qubit can solve some simple problems for you. Similarly if you do, and they are trained on the platform, the possibilities are endless.
It may not be appropriate on parts of your website with smaller traffic, as your results may never reach significance.
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Neil Majithia | TrustRadius Reviewer
August 04, 2017

Qubit and data driven decisions for the win!

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It's well suited to an ecommerce environment where goals can be measured with sales and similar measurements. Also, to really make use of the A/B testing with statistical significance, you need to have good traffic numbers.

However, while a low traffic retail site would still benefit from many of the other features of Qubit, it's less appropriate for any other type of website where the goals are harder or impossible to track.
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Kim Jacob | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 13, 2017

Qubit all the way!

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Well Suited: Tag management, personalized experiences, segment study, marketing campaigns, seasonal design upgrades, quick corrections on website, industry trends
Not appropriate: Heavy front end changes
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Marianna Satanas | TrustRadius Reviewer
September 12, 2017

Qubit Review

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Qubit has a great team that advises with new tests we can do. They come to our offices and we have a a strategy meeting to see how we can improve the business. They are good at giving examples of success with other vendors and why we should do the same test. I have seen businesses use Qubit as a CMS which it isn't; I feel that they need to encourage their clients to get their development team to implement the test rather than just have it live on in Qubit.
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Zach Shelley | TrustRadius Reviewer
April 24, 2017

Source to Resource: Balancing Internal and External Testing

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Qubit works well in certain situations, but any internal backlog in IT, specifically Data Integration or Development, will run into consistent issues between published tests, the ability to hard code winning tests and the actual use of the data engine that Qubit provides. Having a fully Functional IT team is necessary in order to make the best use of the tool. This is somewhat at odds with some of the work we are requesting them to do for us, based on the fact that our IT backlog is significant. In short, we are using Qubit to provide additional IT bandwidth, but Data integration requires a decent amount of IT bandwidth.
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Francesca Contardo | TrustRadius Reviewer
August 12, 2017

Why Qubit?

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If you have an in-house UX team I would say it's less suited. If you are part of a larger scale business with more restrictions and less in-house expertise this is perfect.
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Chi Igboaka | TrustRadius Reviewer
August 26, 2016

Getting 'personal' with Qubit

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Qubit is a great tool if you want a quick-to-implement solution to capture customer website behaviour and store it all in a single place. It has the beginnings of a DMP, and I believe has the ability to absorb additional third party data to enrich [what is] already captured. It's also a great A/B testing tool - providing an easy to understand view of test progress - visually and quantitatively.
If you're looking for a pure web analytics tool, then Qubit is not necessarily the tool for you - it's not Google Analytics or Omniture (but doesn't claim to be). You will be able to manipulate your data in much better and flexible ways in those tools (although bear in mind it's aggregated, whereas Qubit holds data - and gives you access to it - for individuals).
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Dennis Wildman | TrustRadius Reviewer
August 03, 2016

Getting better online, fast!

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Qubit is particularly useful if you need a fast way to deliver things that are short to medium term online, particularly if you have online systems that can be involved or time consuming to deliver through. Also it allows you to collect data that can help you gather information that provides insight into your activities and your customers to help optimise your online assets and journeys.
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Sean Emmel | TrustRadius Reviewer
July 26, 2016

How Qubit can help provide insight on your current site's UI/UX/design and help you make improvements through A/B testing

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Qubit is an excellent tool for CRO and A/B testing, especially when advanced JavaScript capabilities are desired. Evolution site redesign can also benefit from A/B testing and the use of this tool. Qubit has a robust API which can make building additional company-specific tools/bookmarklets easier, and there is a lot of data that one can leverage through this API. Qubit also offers personalization through the use of built-in components that can leverage Universal Variable information.
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Austin Limmer | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 11, 2016

Qubit from a content point-of-view

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Qubit is handy if you want to make a quick minor short-term change to the site. We often fix bugs with qubit that we then fix properly later with an app release. Timed and targeted promotions are ideal to do with qubit - especially if they need to end at inconvenient times. It isn't wise to do too many noticeable [promotions] as there is a jump in content between the html loading and the qubit js loading.
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Adam Harris | TrustRadius Reviewer
October 28, 2016

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Good at following a test and learn approach to developing your websites but its power is in segmenting the tests and building personalisation. I think it would suit a business that has a good UX team including a dedicated front end designer. This business would be post launch and trying to develop the site and be more sophisticated in its approach to targeting customers onsite.
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David Pert | TrustRadius Reviewer
October 24, 2016

Powerful tool, requires time investment (but worth the effort)

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In order to fully utilise QuBit, the company using it should ideally have the following;
- Semi-dedicated resource to set up, refine and report on tests. There's no limit to the number of tests which can be set up so maximising volume is key to getting the most value from the tool. Simple variations to the test setup/user experience delivered can make the difference between a conversion rate increase or decrease. So allowing for time spent on refining/improving tests is critical.
- Access to Javascript coding resource (ideally with QuBit experience) OR a readiness to invest in QuBit's own Javascript coding resource. QuBit can deliver some very impressive site improvements, but the best ones need JS.
- Visitor volumes of around 250,000 per month or more. Lower than this means that tests take a very long time to deliver statistically sound test results. At around 100,000 sessions per month or less, many tests will not be able to deliver meaningful results for months.
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Stuart Brown | TrustRadius Reviewer
October 21, 2016

Qubit Review from Happy Customer

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If you're questioning the design, functionality or customer journeys you've been using for years. If your analytics and understanding of your customers is lacking. If you are interested in the psychology of online sales - then Qubit will provide value and also make your job more enjoyable.

If you're stubborn and unwilling to change your opinion even in the face of undeniable data - then Qubit is not an appropriate product for you.
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About Qubit

Qubit uses rich visitor data to understand different user segments and serve personalized messages to audience segments using JavaScript. It is available on either a managed or self-service model.

Data is collected using Qubit’s own QProtocol data layer, or by integrating the user’s existing model via our API. Quantitative visitor behavioral data is combined with qualitative visitor feedback and ingested data from Qubit users' other systems of record enabling them to identify areas of the site and customer groups to optimize and target with personalization experiences.

Using JavaScript means that changes do not have to be hard-coded into the site, giving marketers and ecommerce teams greater power to implement changes outside of the development cycle.

Users can A/B test any changes to their site using Qubit, and the user interface lets them know what the test results are.

Qubit Features

Has featureWebsite Personalization Technology
Has featureVisitor Analytics and Insights
Has featureBusiness Intelligence
Has featureA/B Testing Platform
Has featureTag Management

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Qubit Customer Size Distribution

Consumers
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Small Businesses (1-50 employees)
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Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)
45%
Enterprises (> 500 employees)
50%

Qubit Technical Details

Deployment Types:SaaS
Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:No
Supported Countries:UK, USA, France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Italy
Supported Languages: Our service can process all major languages