Heap Analytics is a business intelligence platform for businesses. Heap Analytics solutions include codeless analytics, customer optimization and financial services. Businesses can use Heap Analytics to automate analytics and improve decision-making.
Heap Analytics Pricing:
Heap Analytics Review:
Pros: Accurate report generation and great click tracking.
Cons: Setup takes a while and customer support could improve.
Bottomline: Fantastic platform to automate analytics and measure business performance.
Heap Analytics News & Activity:
News or Activity
December 17, 2018
Heap Analytics Key Information:
San Francisco, California
Number of Employees
Number of Customers
1 (415) 938-9398
225 Bush Street, San Francisco, California 94115, USA
Heap Analytics FAQs:
What is Heap Analytics price range?
Heap Analytics plans range from $0.00 to $499.00 per month. If you want an Enterprise plan, you can contact Heap Analytics here to get a quote.
Is there a Heap Analytics free trial?
A free 14-day trial is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.
Where can I find the Heap Analytics login?
You can go to www.heapanalytics.com and find the “Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.
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Reviews of Heap Analytics:
I've played about with it a little bit on a small site to get a sense of it's functionality. I have to say I am quite impressed with the Users data section but the site that it's been implemented on has no real meaningful use for this data, but I can see the potential for eCommerce sites. The ease of setting up visualizations is impressive too. It feels that is designed for marketers as it's core focus rather than statisticians/analysts but it offers something to both.
I use it for couple of sites as MixPanel alternative. The best thing I loved is tracking everything without requiring custom coding.
I've been using Adobe Analytics and Heap at my org for a while now. I think that a lot of enterprises are slow to adopt Heap because it's new... and it is missing a number of enterprise-centric features that are not available yet.It's pretty great, but like every other marketing tech pitch - it's not set it and forget it like they say. The presentation and data vis in Heap leaves a lot to be desired. As of now, if you want complex reporting you need to roll your own.