Installing and Accessing Adobe Analytics
When you’re first starting out, it’s important to know how you can access Adobe Analytics as a resource for your business. With Adobe Analytics, you will need the help of Adobe and IT professionals to implement their software.
Adobe Analytics offers free professional installation help to get your business’s data up and running. An Adobe consultant will walk you through the installation process, often with the help of an IT team. They will make sure that your data matches Adobe’s required formatting, embed necessary Adobe coding on your business’s e-commerce site, and ensure user access for key personnel in your company. They will also make sure that you can smoothly import and export your data so it is always accessible.
The installation process requires significant programming knowledge and a thorough understanding of the Adobe Analytics platform, so business leaders will work closely with Adobe professionals during the implementation phase to make sure data processing can run smoothly.
Once Adobe Analytics has been installed and officially linked to your business’s site, you will have the opportunity to customize your dashboard, workspace, and report scheduler to optimize how and when you get the insight your business needs. With Adobe Analytics, you have the power to customize your features in ways that make sense for your company so that you always have access to the information you need.
If you are a designated member of the Web Service Access Group in Adobe Analytics, you will be able to log in to the Adobe Analytics interface. You will use your unique credentials that you create when you first install Adobe Analytics to log in. Once you log in, you will have access to report suites that will appear in a drop-down menu. You can select the report suites that match your current needs and begin evaluating that suite’s independent store of data.
With Adobe Analytics, you will have access to support every step of the way as you navigate the installation and customization process. Then, you will be able to keep track of your business’s critical data all in one place to start making more strategic decisions for your organization.