CardioLog Analytics – The Only On Premise SharePoint Analytics Solution for Enterprises
CardioLog Analytics offers an extensive and diverse range of metrics that can be utilized in some of the most engaging ways when applied to your portal with creativity and consideration of user needs. With your raw data, you can actually transform your portal’s agility and efficiency in actively adapting your portal design, specific pages, links, banners and so much more.
Merge and display the data you acquire anywhere you like within your portal, within any integrated application, Business Intelligence system or webpage within your business environment, and create an attractive, sleek and cohesive portal that can include your organization’s branding, company colors, logos, and look & feel.
There are infinite possibilities and portal design approaches that can be taken to encourage usage based on the statistics you’ve carefully collected regarding your portal. CardioLog Analytics’ metrics can provide a trail to various paths you can take to elevate your portal’s adoption rate. Here are some practical examples of organization’s that took some concrete extra steps to optimize their portal’s usability based on some of the metrics they collected with CardioLog Analytics:
- CardioLog Analytics can offer a report regarding a website with a list of documents, providing specific insights, like for example how many visitors viewed, opened or downloaded the documents, then you can identify which documents might be most useful to you.
- CardioLog Analytics Page Views Report generates metrics on the most viewed pages within your SharePoint portal. Once you’ve identified these pages and their evident value to end users, you can create a welcoming homepage for your users with your “Top Ten Portal Links” on your SharePoint site’s homepage, or any page you choose. Using a tool like Behavioral Targeting according to visitor or user segments, you can even set up your top ten links for specific visitor segments, versus another set of top ten links of other user segments within the same portal as part of the homepage optimization, customized with a visual design that’s both practical and speaks to each user and their needs. Converting data into measurable actions to optimize your portal can thus lead to increased adoption, engagement, and with user navigation to these most commonly used sites, you can even predict a boost in collaboration rates.
- An ideal use for the metrics you acquire from CardioLog Analytics’ Next Pages Navigation Report is realized with the presentation of most viewed pages navigated to from a specific page. In other words, users now have access to pages that either in their content, relevance and correlative context are mostly commonly navigated to from a particular page, potentially increasing their chances of accessing information they may find particularly useful and easily accessible. You can offer these page links to your users either on your homepage as a hyperlink, banner or even by using our Message Bar Tool which functions like a marquis banner at the top of your portal User Interface that can be easily customized with a unique message and the inclusion of a hyperlink. Reaching out to your portal users becomes easy with a simple message like, “visitors that have come to this page, have also viewed these pages,” leading the site user to the various page options that may offer a menu of information and knowledge they may have had to tediously search for otherwise. Your recently viewed pages could be a golden ticket to you going back to the resources you require for several projects that might last as long as days, weeks, months or years consecutively.
- CardioLog Analytics’ sharp technology aims to simplify your portal navigation experience in generating a Navigation Report called Recently Viewed, indicating which pages were in fact recently viewed. You can design your portal such that your homepage includes a link with your most recently viewed pages, taking you to a list of links of each of these pages to simplify your navigation and overall user experience. You can use a technique like this within various sections of your portal, and your list of pages recently viewed can include any of the types of pages or media accessed within your SharePoint site, ranging from but not limited to wikis, blogs, social networks, collaborative internal and external networks and the list continues. Taking an approach like this with the data you retrieve about your portal navigation can minimize time wasted with Search, and ultimately increases productivity and user experience.
- Find out who’s viewing your SharePoint User Profile page, with the help of the metrics that the CardioLog Analytics’ Unique Users Report generates. Then present this data to your end users on their own profile page and create avenues for internal connections and collaborations that may not have seemed obvious, or may have been difficult to seek out based on various factors such as company size, departmental organization and time limitations. Making your end user collaboration easier and more efficient, experts in a particular subject can reach out to those in need and users can share their knowledge and communicate more efficiently to achieve overall and specific business goals at hand.