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Data Privacy

When data is stored outside your network, you never know who can access it.

Angelfish is on-premise web analytics software – you install and manage it in your own environment. Data is stored within the confines of your network, and you have full access control. Many of the legal and data privacy issues associated with SaaS solutions don’t apply to Angelfish!

Angelfish also provides:

Tracking For Any Website

Intranets, web applications, financial and/or HR portals, CDNs, public websites…if it runs on a web server and creates a log file, Angelfish can provide detailed usage reports.

Stolen Bandwidth Reports

It’s a fact: other websites link directly to images, PDFs, and other content on your website. Sometimes they’re good links from a search engine, and sometimes they’re bad links that steal your bandwidth. Angelfish shows you both.

Username Tracking

If customers (or employees) login to your website, you can track them by username. This feature also allows you to track unique visitors across multiple devices!

Full Visitor Details

See IP addresses, usernames, full visit clickpaths, link marketing campaigns to individuals, and see personally identifiable information directly in your reports. Angelfish doesn’t have the same restrictions as SaaS applications because it keeps your data within the confines of your network.

Enhancements for Google Analytics

Angelfish provides things that Google Analytics doesn’t provide, like:

  • Tracking for visitors that block JavaScript
  • No data sampling: Angelfish shows you everything
  • Usernames & IP Addresses
  • Nested Segments
  • GA Upload: Import hit-level data to Google Analytics
  • Data Privacy

Many organizations use Angelfish in tandem with Google Analytics – learn more on our
Google Analytics solution page.

A Robust API

The API is a core component of Angelfish and provides full access to the underlying data structure. With the API, you can automatically export data from Angelfish into external applications like CRM software, customer portals, reporting dashboards, or hosting control panels.