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WebSideStory Introduces ASP-based Traffic Suite

WebSideStory Inc. launched the first integrated suite of hosted application services designed to help companies optimize their e-business strategies. The applications are designed to work together and are built on WebSideStory’s Web audience analysis technology.

The software contains a new technology which tracks specific Web events such as sales transactions, banner clicks, or site searches.

The new suite includes HitBox Wireless, for tracking wireless Web sites; HitBox Commerce; HitBox Performance, for performance testing and monitoring; HitBox Analytics; and HitBox DataWise, which links multiple data sources.

Contact WebSideStory, (858) 546-0040, www.websidestory.com.

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

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