"DawnData brings a daily dose of Google Analytics to Google Glass." - Matt McGee, Founder of Glass Almanac and Editor-In-Chief of Marketing Land
Fishers, IN (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
Social Health Insights (SHI), a startup company of clinicians and developers, has been exploring and innovating with Google Glass in the health and marketing data verticals since January. Today, SHI's Glassware "DawnData" launched on the official MyGlass site.
Got Glass? Head over to MyGlass to install DawnData to receive a daily update of your site’s usage, including metrics such as unique visitors, page view per visit, and bounce rate. If you don’t have Google Glass, you can still visit DawnData’s website (https://www.dawndata.com) to try an interactive version of what the free software has to offer. “DawnData brings a daily dose of Google Analytics to Google Glass,” explains Matt McGee, Founder of Glass Almanac, a website that has been chronicling anything and everything related to Google Glass for over a year.
The Glassware, one of less than 80 on the official store known as MyGlass, allows users to subscribe to either hourly or daily updates on their site’s important metrics. Users also have the ability to see data for options ranging from the past 24 hours to the past 90 days. Users can also swipe forward to see trending graphs for each statistic as well as the top 3 sources of referral traffic, keywords, campaigns, ad groups, and more.
According to Brian Norris, RN, MBA, Social Health Insights’ CEO, “We are open to adapting DawnData to user needs and creating custom solutions for companies interested in more robust Google Analytics data but also data queries of any kind.”
The company is also working with partners in academia to address grants related to patient experience and clinician education using emerging technology such as Google Glass.
Social Health Insights (http://socialhealthinsights.com), which formed two years ago after winning first prize in a federal Health and Human Services app challenge around social media, now works with federal and state agencies, healthcare providers, technology vendors, and community foundations to help solve challenging problems in the health-data space.
Please send inquiries via email to info(at)socialhealthinsights(dot)com.