What is Woopra?
Woopra unites customer data from your company's web, mobile, email automation, product, and more, to build a single, complete profile for each user. This is the foundation for creating better customer experiences through optimization.
Woopra is a tool in the Customer Analytics category of a tech stack.
Who uses Woopra?
146 companies reportedly use Woopra in their tech stacks, including StackShare, UserGuiding, and Reverb.com.
31 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Woopra.
Slack, MySQL, WordPress, Dropbox, and Mailchimp are some of the popular tools that integrate with Woopra. Here's a list of all 41 tools that integrate with Woopra.
Pros of Woopra
- Customer Profiles
- Real-time Platform
- Customizable Analytics
- Funnel Analytics
- Retention Analytics
- Deep Segmentation
- Automate Data-driven Actions in Your Other Tools
- Real-time Notifications on User Activity
- AppConnect Code-free Integrations
Woopra Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Woopra?
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