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Microsoft introduces web analytics for ECM platform

by | Mar 25, 2010

The new edition of SharePoint may make things a little easier for companies tracking response to websites created with ECM.For companies that have had trouble tracking the success of all the different parts of their website created in an enterprise content management environment, the new edition of SharePoint may make things a little easier.

SharePoint 2010 will include a set of web analytics features to analyze the usage and effectiveness of websites created through ECM, the company announced.

The web analytics reports will address website traffic, metrics concerning data usage and the ways visitors find a company site through search engines.

In a company blog post, the Microsoft ECM team says that the new web analytics will allow ECM users to deeply connect with visitors to their sites.

"In SharePoint 2010, we have improved the set of Web Analytics reports that are available out-of-the-box, which will provide insights into the behavior of users of your SharePoint sites," says the Microsoft ECM team. "You will be able to get a deeper understanding of what users are doing, what they want from your site and how you can tailor the SharePoint experience to bets meet their needs."

The blog post announcement comes during the run-up to Microsoft”s release of SharePoint 2010. The new ECM suite will be available to enterprises on May 12.ADNFCR-1861-ID-19690345-ADNFCR