The iView recording for Sweetlets Click Stream SAP Portal analytics business package has just been unleashed to the public. This valuable monitoring detail offers a one of a kind feature to the SAP NetWeaver Portal space, taking portal analysis and Click Stream to the next level. Finally uncover exactly which iViews are being used in your portal, where people click on these iViews, and by whom.
But the iView recording wasn’t the only addition to the latest release of Click Stream…
Working closely with a lighthouse customer, the new iView recording built within the latest 2.1.8 release of Click Stream has been put through the ringer. Both our skillful developers and meticulous client tested this desired feature extensively to ensure it’s bulletproof release. And now, we are in full production!
Understanding precisely what iViews being used within their portal enables content administrators to focus on content/iViews which really matters. This intelligence determines exactly which material is being consumed by your users so you can put your costly time and effort into content which adds value to your bottom line.
New features you may find interesting include:
These new additions take SAP Portal analytics to the next level – and another big step ahead for Click Stream. Greater depth, precise details and newly exposed information – all at your fingertips.
We picked out a few main features below to share with you – hand picked from our long list of new items. Curious about the complete release notes? Simply view our Release Notes page.
**Please note – The iView recording will be an additional feature which needs to be purchased as an add-on. Please contact email@example.com.
If you are interested and open about what the new Click Stream has to offer, try the latest release to discover what this SAP NetWeaver Portal business package is all about. And there is only one way to find out. Simply go to our “Try and Buy” page and follow the instructions. (Current Click Stream customers will have access to the 2.1.8 EPA, but new ones must register and request a temporary license key.)
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