What is Angelfish?
Angelfish Software is a self-hosted web analytics tool, used to track your organization’s websites and web-based applications.
For each of these websites and web-based applications, Angelfish helps you:
- Measure Usage
- Identify Problems
- Satisfy Regulations
- Analyze Costs
Our customers use Angelfish to track Intranets, SharePoint, public websites, custom Websites & Applications, SaaS applications, and more.
See more examples on the Solutions page.
Who Uses Angelfish?
Angelfish customers typically have an IT department budget and a Data Protection requirement. We don’t use our customers’ logos as promotional tools.
Many of our customers are in Healthcare, Finance, and Government, but we have customers around the world in every major industry.
Our Customers Say:
"It's been a great product and your support is always first-rate."
"Really happy to have found Angelfish. We have to keep data in-house."
"Instead of sending more info to Google, we use Angelfish!"
How does Angelfish Work?
You install Angelfish on a server in your internal network: the application is administered by your staff.
When you keep your data within your network, you avoid most data protection regulations.
Angelfish is self-contained: it uses an embedded database and web server. You don’t need a DBA or a website admin to run Angelfish.
Angelfish uses web server log files to create reports. Reports are created from standard access log data, or from JS tracking beacons stored in the log.
Log analysis is flexible, unblockable, and truly cookieless. Users can block JS-based tracking, but they can’t hide from the access log.
It’s surprising to learn how many of your website’s visitors block JS-based tracking. It’s an issue for external AND internal visitors.
What Information Does Angelfish Show?
Below is a brief list of features. See the full list in our Help Center.
Standard Web Analytics Data
- Visits, Pageviews, Browsers, Platforms, Mobile Devices
- GeoLocation Info, Organizations, IP Addresses
- Pages, Page Titles, Documents
- External Marketing (inbound)
- Internal Marketing (in-site)
- Email Opens & Click-Thru Rates
- Files & Status Codes
- User Agents & IP Addresses
- Broken Links
- Goal Tracking
- Internal Search
- Usage Costs
Angelfish also has a robust API that lets you export data into third party reporting tools, like PowerBI, Tableau, and QuickSight.
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