More NewsPersonify Introduces QuickStart Program

Personify Introduces QuickStart Program

Personify Inc. in San Francisco introducedQuickStart, a 30-day trial program that enables Web businesses to achieve fastresults from Personify Essentials, a suite of interactive marketing softwareand services.

Personify Inc. in San Francisco introduced QuickStart, a 30-day trial program that enables Web businesses to achieve fast results from Personify Essentials, a suite of interactive marketing software and services.

With the QuickStart program, companies can gain insight into who their site visitors are and how they behave online, analyze their marketing and advertising efforts, and recognize cross-selling opportunities, without having to build or host the application on their site, Personify said.

Under the QuickStart program, Personify Essentials “personifies” a company’s Web site audience by integrating disparate sources of information and transforming this data into predictive visitor profiles and segments. Marketers can then analyze findings to target advertising, content, promotions, and transactions.

QuickStart includes a Personify business analyst to ensure successful interpretation of data, complete technical support and hands-on training sessions to maximize Essentials’ capabilities. In addition, customers receive a series of three in-depth reports–one outlining audience segmentation, another illustrating return-on-investment results, and a third of the customers’ choosing.

The full QuickStart service averages $10,000, with exact pricing based on the quantity of log files and/or database samples provided. Following the initial trial period, customers can continue to receive Personify on a subscription basis, starting at $5,500 per month.

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