CardioLog 2007 is a complete web analytics solution, with its own tracking agent and data repository. It includes numerous SharePoint usage reports - among them the portal search reports and portal growth reports. CardioLog also Offers CardioLog Lite - FREE SharePoint Usage Reports.
CardioLog 2007's client UI is a complete HTML solution - enabling users to view reports in many ways. Reports can be easily integrated into portal pages by exporting them to SharePoint web parts, or launching them directly from the portal.
Here are some examples for CardioLog 2007 reports which are designed for a portal environment:
- Report: Top Content by Type
The standard Top Content report can be filtered according to portal object-types, for instance - top PDF files, or top Wiki sites. Filtering by type is especially helpful for intranet portals, which usually host thousands or millions of items.
- Report: Top Users
Find out who are the top portal visitors, and drill-down to learn about them: where did they visit? When did they visit and for how long? Did they search the portal? Did they contribute content?
SharePoint top users drill down
- Report: Top Internal Search phrases
Learn about the most common search phrases in the portal and find out how visitors engage with search results (what search results are clicked).
- Report: Average Number of Searches per Visit
This report shows how often search is used. Together with other search reports, such as "Search Origin Pages" and "Search Destination Pages", you can learn how portal search is used by your visitors.
- Report: Portal Contributors
Find out who is contributing content to you portal. Do visitors use the portal for collaboration tasks? How well is your content management environment used?
- Report: Portal Actions
The portal actions report displays the number of content additions, updates and deletions taking place in the portal. You can also measure user clicks, document viewing, and other Web 2.0 actions.
- Report: Growth Trend
Portal managers can easily see how fast their portal is growing, in terms of item numbers (for example, number of sites or documents).
By setting read permissions to reports, it is possible to control their distribution throughout the organization. Reports can be automatically emailed, exported to web parts, or launched directly from portal pages.
SharePoint 2007 Portal with a CardioLog Web Part
CardioLog 2007's Analysis Center displays a tree of the portal's structure. Web analysts can use Analysis Center to perform real-time queries on selected tree nodes (content areas).
The Portal Tree
The portal tree displays the hierarchal structure of the portal, including the different portal objects. Reporting for a specific item or hierarchal level of the portal is simply done by clicking the desired tree node and selecting a report template.
SharePoint portal sites hierarchical structure
Not only for SharePoint reporting, the Analysis Center can display multiple portals, of different kinds, all displayed in one tree. If needed, you can create a single report which includes data from all portals.
Offered in Lite (Free), Professional ($12,000) and Enterprise ($29,000) Editions