Adobe Analytics
February 22, 2022

Adobe Analytics

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Analytics

Adobe Analytics is a powerful resource for collecting, analyzing, and sharing website data. The application helps organize and analyze data quickly and effectively. We use it as it can provide valuable insights on data from multiple sources. One major upside of Adobe Analytics is the fact that data and insights are first party and unlike Google Analytics, there are more options for customizations.
  • Highly Customizable
  • Ad Hoc Analysis
  • Analysis vs reporting
  • Highly Technical
  • Laborious setup
  • Steep Learning Curve
  • Detailed reports for quick adhoc changes
  • Granular details allow for deep dives into data
  • Strong ROI
Adobe's Analysis Workspace offers a significantly better interface than Google Analytics. It has an improved data model versus Google Analytics and there is no limit to data segmentation in the platform. Adobe also offers many more dimension and metric options for analytics teams to implement. If your web analytics tool is solely for marketing purposes, Google Analytics is fine. But if you really need to deepdive into user pathways and optimize flow, Adobe Analytics is number one!
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Adobe Analytics has helped out our ecommerce teams with real time site and product specific analytics. The ability to pull ad hoc reports really helps when it comes to teams who need insights and optimizations on the fly and on a regular basis. That being said, these reports would not have been possible to pull if it was not for our specific product experts as the interface is rather clunky and technical and requires a high degree of expertise to set up.