Qubit - Enabling customer driven development
March 02, 2016

Qubit - Enabling customer driven development

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Qubit

Qubit is our client side experimentation tool and it has given valuable insight into future development as well as existing features. All of our front end developers have access to the Qubit tool and can edit, publish and pause experiments thanks to the intuitive interface. That has allowed the department to deploy a huge number of experiments across brands and pages each month.
  • Qubit has an intuitive interface. Our team of developers have all been trained quickly and can now effectively create, publish and pause experiments. While intuitive, we have been able to create complex experiments that would not have been possible previously.
  • Qubit has supported us when we have tested the platform to its limit, allowing our developers to work collaboratively to enhance the tool and ultimately improve our experimentation process.
  • All of our experiments can be tested on our production site before being viewed by our customers. This gives us valuable confidence and a robust QA process.
  • Site performance is of huge importance to our business, and when we have large numbers of experiments running at any one time performance can be a concern. This may be an extreme case, as we have an abnormally large appetite for A/B testing.
  • The user interface for creating experiments allows our developers to create bespoke JavaScript in the advanced mode. We find that we have no use for the built in editor and it would be nice to be able to default to the advanced mode.
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We replaced an existing tool with Qubit. Qubit is much more responsive and allows us to quickly deploy tests without unnecessary setup. Previous tools have required a large amount of training from the tool provider which can be a pain point when team members move out of the role. Qubit is intuitive and we haven't required formal training to be able to get the most from the software.
Qubit is a valuable tool for front end experimentation. One area that we are unable to utilise in Qubit is site performance. As Qubit is a client side test tool, we can't run any tests that look to improve site performance. A back end test tool would be required to give accurate results.