It’s a great opportunity to be on the ground and show people how CardioLog Analytics can help businesses get the most from their SharePoint portal.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 08, 2013
The Share Conference is one of the world’s most influential and informative events for companies and individuals looking to get the most out of their SharePoint portal, which is why Intlock is proud to announce it has become an official partner of the conference. As the creators of the SharePoint web analytics solution CardioLog Analytics, the Intlock team views itself as the perfect partner for such an event, and is excited at the opportunity to contribute to the SharePoint community.
Since its founding in 2005, Intlock has grown into an industry leader in the area of SharePoint web analytics, and CardioLog Analytics has since become the flagship reporting solution for enterprise-level businesses looking to expand their portal’s analytics capabilities. This year is particularly exciting as Intlock has launched a number of powerful new features, including the Voice of Customer engagement package and the Behavioral Targeting suite of tools. Together, the CardioLog Analytics package comprises the most advanced and robust analytics solution for SharePoint portals in existence.
“We are very excited to be an official partner of the 2013 Share Conference,” said Bella Gogova, Intlock’s marketing manager. “The Share Conference is a fantastic venue to learn and network with other professionals working with SharePoint, and Intlock is proud to contribute to that rewarding atmosphere.”
At this year’s Share Conference -- taking place in Melbourne, Australia from November 18 to 20 -- several members of the Intlock team will be onsite to demonstrate the powerful reporting capabilities of CardioLog Analytics, as well as the solution’s enhanced compatibility with the latest version of SharePoint 2013.
“It’s a great opportunity to be on the ground and show people how CardioLog Analytics can help businesses get the most from their SharePoint portal,” Gogova said. “It’s a goal that fits very neatly with the conference and makes us proud to support the event.”