Data Sheet: Axway Mobile Analytics

You can’t manage what you can’t measure

Great apps require more than a pretty face. To win the mobile economy, you need a new breed of analytics — one that harvests leading indicators of app usage and behavior to drive superb experiences and ongoing improvement.

The clear choice for a real-time view of your apps

Axway Mobile Analytics provides a rich, interactive, real-time view of the end-to-end mobile lifecycle for every app in the portfolio. This means instant, up-to-date visibility into preproduction activities such as development and test execution, as well as production metrics for performance, crash management, app adoption and usage. Apps written in Axway Titanium, iOS Objective-C, and/or Android Java can all be tracked.

Full mobile lifecycle visibility

  • Find app issues before your users do with detailed performance, crash and exception information
  • Get real-time visibility into app and user behavior plus delivery metrics like release rate and test coverage
  • View metrics in the context of time, location, device and operating system

Insights for better business decisions

  • Stop guessing and start measuring app success across: acquisition, engagement, retention, conversion and quality
  • Funnel analytics to track and optimize critical mobile transactions
  • Inform fast product decisions for continuous delivery releases

Flexible consumption for maximum insight

  • Create custom queries to see data that is meaningful for your apps
  • Schedule notifications based on query output
  • Allow other systems to consume data on demand with API endpoints for each query
  • Complement your existing analytics system(s)

5 reasons customers choose Axway Mobile Analytics

  1. Identify, pinpoint and fix app issues for a better user experience quickly
  2. Eliminate manual-reporting overhead
  3. Enable fact-based, immediate decision-making
  4. Gain complete visibility across app delivery, usage and behavior with platform integration
  5. View Axway Titanium apps or those built directly in native SDKs (iOS or Android)

Stop guessing. Start measuring.