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What is Infinity Analytics?

Infinity Analytics is the latest generation of Webtrends Analytics.  Built atop the data-streaming Webtrends Infinity big data platform, Infinity Analytics delivers all the insight you need to measure and manage your digital business in a highly interactive, user-directed manner.  While traditional digital analytics solutions have been forced to balance trade-offs between scale, speed, accuracy, and […]

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Webtrends Infinity Tag – Webtrends Optimize and Analytics all in One

The Webtrends Infinity Tag leverages the wealth of knowledge gained over the years since Webtrends’ founding to produce a fast-firing, easy to use tagging solution. The tag uses a single line of JavaScript to be deployed to client sites. This included line is expected to be a static value that should not need to be updated or changed, […]

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Where Do I Begin?

Whether you’re new to Webtrends Optimize® or an experienced user, we recommend taking a few minutes to get acquainted with basic resources that can help you find your way around and become a more confident Webtrends Optimize user. If you are… See… A new Webtrends Optimize user Before You Use Webtrends Optimize Logging In  What is Webtrends Optimize? […]

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Where Do I Begin?

Whether you’re new to Explore or an experienced user, we recommend taking a few minutes to get acquainted with basic resources that can help you find your way around and become a more confident Explore user. If you are… See… A new Explore user Logging In  What is Explore? Getting Help Creating and Saving Views […]

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About Webtrends Analytics for SharePoint 2013

You can instrument your SharePoint site with Webtrends Analytics to collect data about users, documents, on-site search, breadcrumbs, and webparts. The optional User Info Collector component enables the JavaScript tag to collect more information about authenticated users. The Webtrends Analytics for SharePoint JavaScript tag is responsible for collecting information about activity on your SharePoint site […]

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Action Center, Streams and EMail Remarketing

Action Center is a platform that integrates in-session, customer-level Web data with action systems such as email service providers, CRM systems, and marketing automation systems. An action associates a Web data source with a system. For example, an action can configure a Streams connection to an email partner system, identifying prospects for email remarketing or […]

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Understanding Webtrends Streams

Webtrends Streams provides access to a continuous flow of online activity on your website, enriched with powerful visitor information. It is not a database. Rather, it is a stream of data—each event as it happens—that you can access using web sockets and further process as needed. Streams enables your marketing team to be very agile, continually reviewing and […]

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Tag Management Systems Integration

How does the Webtrends Infinity Tag integrate with Tag Management Systems (TMS)? That entirely depends on why you are using a TMS. Using a TMS to deploy tags on your sites has several advantages: Ease of deployment by limiting .js content to typically a single line that doesn’t need to be modified once deployed Globally distributed […]

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How Reports are Different with Infinity Analytics

Webtrends Infinity Analytics offers unlimited flexibility of reporting and data exploration, meaning any report can be customized on the fly, extended with an unlimited number of dimensions and measures, and drilled down into to unlimited depths. In Infinity Analytics, reports are actually report definitions; they are expressions for how you want to query your data. […]

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Standard Website Reports

Webtrends Infinity Analytics reports are actually report definitions and are not pre-processed.  All reports can be evaluated on the fly and become the starting point for further ad hoc exploration.  You can drill down to unlimited depths on any report with the ability to add or remove dimensions, measures, or segments in order to find […]

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Managing Data Permissions

User access to data in Infinity Analytics is managed in Account Settings > Data Permissions. NOTE: You must be granted access to Account Settings by your account’s administrator. To learn more, see Managing Data Permissions in the product help section for Account Settings.

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