Outsmart competitors with omnichannel analytics.
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Understand customer behavior on whichever device, wherever they are.
Know your customer's behavior across any device through a single journey stream.
The customer journey has become increasingly complex, with users often switching back and forth between desktop and mobile apps while engaging with a brand and completing a purchase. This makes it incredibly challenging for businesses to get an accurate and complete view. Which means it’s time to shift from a device-centric view of the customer to a person-centric view.
Recognized by Forrester and Gartner as an analytics Leader, we understand that analytics is reaching across devices. And we’re here to help you link what your customer does on a mobile app to what they do on a laptop, desktop, tablet, and more. Cross-device analytics in Adobe Analytics is an out-of-the-box capability that helps you understand your customer’s multi-device customer journey. It automatically unifies web and app interactions from multiple devices into a single journey stream — including historical data — to understand how people move from one touchpoint to another across devices. So you can make better decisions with more complete data.
Contextualized Multichannel Data
Remove friction and irrelevancy from the customer journey to deliver compelling experiences in the moments that matter. Understand and see how customers move through entire journeys, not just from point-of-purchase forward.
Person-Centric Engagement Views
Transform customer engagement views from device-centric to person-centric by retroactively stitching visitor profiles together across devices. This helps you get deeper and more accurate insights into when, where, and how customers engage with your brand.
Real-Time Data Exploration
Find insights and make decisions in real time using drag-and-drop visualizations and table breakdowns for customer journey analysis.
Automatically stitch and restate web and mobile data, effectively mapping devices to uses.