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Sane Solutions Launches Web Traffic Analysis Software

Sane Solutions LLC has released NetTracker 4.5, a new version of its NetTracker line of Web site traffic analysis software. The NetTracker line consists of NetTracker Professional, Enterprise, and e-Business Edition.

New features in version 4.5 of all editions include automated aggregation of data from clustered servers; an ad campaign summary that analyzes the performance of banner ad campaigns; enhanced reporting capabilities for dynamically generated pages; automated retrieval of remote log files via FTP; and an optional Java 2 graphing applet that allows graphs to be saved and printed. NetTracker e-Business Edition 4.5 features also include new Microsoft SQL Server support for organizations that want to write their NetTracker traffic data directly into a SQL Server database and several performance enhancements.

Contact Sane Solutions, (800) 407-3570, www.sane.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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