Was ist Heap?
Heap Analytics wurde speziell für mittelständische Unternehmen entwickelt. Heap erfasst automatisch alle auf deiner Site durchgeführten Nutzeraktionen. Es ist keine IT-Integration erforderlich, sie funktioniert sofort. Ähnliche Tools, darunter Mixpanel und Google Analytics, erfordern eine Integration und kontinuierliche Wartung, um die Nutzerinteraktion zu verfolgen.
Wer verwendet Heap?
Das Unternehmen arbeitet mit allen zusammen, die sich auf Daten verlassen, um die Entscheidungsfindung voranzutreiben, vom kleinsten Start-up bis hin zu Unternehmen wie Zendesk, Macy’s und Slack.
Wo kann Heap bereitgestellt werden?
Cloud, SaaS, webbasiert
Heap – Videos und Bilder
Kosten ähnlicher Produkte wie Heap vergleichen
- Anpassbares Dashboard
- Berichterstattung / Analyse
- Customer Journey Mapping
- Daten-Import / -Export
- Suchen / filtern
- Visuelle Analytik
- Wichtige Leistungsindikatoren (KPI)
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Bewertungen über Heap
A must/have tool to understand user behaviour
Kommentare: Understanding our users in ways we could have never without it. We use it on a daily basis and thanks to this our website continues to improve. We recommend this without a doubt! Best we've used and tested.
Thanks to Heap we've been able to track every single step of our user's journey. We've made an incredible amount of improvements and have found bugs in places we could have never without this tool. It even makes Google Analytics look average. Absolutely wonderful piece of software
I can't say using and implementing heap is the easiest thing. However, there are many tutorials, they have a great onboarding process and their customer service is magnificent. I assume you can't expect a tool this good to be the easiest to use. It needs some training!
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A More Intuitive GA Alternative
Kommentare: It took a long time to determine if they were the right solution and to justify the cost, but once the contract was signed the benefits were almost immediate. It is impossible in this day and age to have just one analytics tool, but Heap is a very powerful complement to your took box.
The feature set makes it very easy for use by a cross-section of disciplines within your organization. It does not require lengthy training to become proficient in the tool, but Heap does offer a lot of resources to help individuals learn at their own pace/time.
It requires a bit of set-up out of the box in terms of the reporting/analyzing piece of the business. You have to create events and map pages and that can be a bit time consuming, but once you do it, it doesn't have to be updated again.
Excellent analytics tool
It is one of the best for tracking the customer's journeys and looking at the customers' pain points, offering great UX to visitors. It is great for creating custom reports and dashboards (Offers the ability to track almost everything). Setting up flows is very easy. Does not require implementation engineers a lot while using the tool or setting up new tracking.
You do need a lot of training to be able to start using the platform. The customer support is a little slow at responding.
Ok analytics software if you have developer skills. There are easier to use tools out there
Kommentare: Mainly used it to export contact details of our customers and segment them depending on actions done or pages visited. The interface looks very old and to set up events, segments etc. you need some basic understanding of how APIs and URLs work. also, one of the worst communications with a company that I've experienced.
Easy to implement, compared to other solutions.
Time-consuming to set up specific events and segments. Only exports up to a set number of rows, so you need multiple exports No royalty for their long-standing customers. Company staff not good at communicating
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The no-brainer go-to when it comes to understanding your UX
Kommentare: Our experience has been overwhelmingly positive. Heap gives you the capacity and flexibility that few analytics tool can give to measure the user experience of your website at atomic level and build up from that. There is no easier way to understand the impact of each button, style, feature, functionality, page, tool on our users than with this tool, and, again, it works out of the box.
By far the most impressive feature is the fact that from the moment you install heap on your website you can virtually track anything that happens, regardless of being in the past. That is, even if you don't configure anything, it already records everything so you can retroactively analyse funnels, clicks, user behaviours and much more. Another feature that is well implemented is the flexibility to customize segments and events. The tool is designed so you can make your own building blocks for your dashboards, making it a very powerful ally when it comes to understanding what your users are doing in the platform. For example, in most tools it's a headache to even think about analyzing the impact a new feature has on the retention of a segment of your users, especially if didn't think about it when developing the feature. With heap, not only it is possible but it is also very simple and quick. For the first time, our team can think about validating business hypothesis without needing any prior coding or preparation, and even test them long after the features have been released.
If your frontend programmers are not completely aware of the impact their changes might have, it can be very easy for them to erase css classes and/or change the html structure, which can have a big impact on the events (and, consequently, dashboards) on heap. On the long term, this hurts. Even though heap has put in place warnings when events stop triggering, it is still hard to maintain if you don't bring your developers on board to avoid making structural or class changes. The alternative might be to add IDs to every button, link, page, section, etc, so to ensure the events are kept alive, but that is also not a good option. If you don't expect your webpage to change that much, then this is not a problem. The amount of configurations and customizations in the dashboards and reports is limited. There should be a more powerful reporting tool, with more (and more customizable) charts.