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Yesterday, the average government agency website was simply a push forum for constituent communication. Today’s agency websites have also become a primary interactive service portal, and first-sought source of critical information and feedback. Effective analysis and management of your agency’s website can reap performance gains that ripple across your entire organization.

However, it has been nearly impossible for agencies to track all of the data needed to effectively measure and analyze their website performance as an effective part of their information and service delivery. Ineffective and cumbersome web analytics tools failed to yield any truly actionable information, and simply didn’t integrate well with other analytics to provide the comprehensive performance picture you needed to make decisions.

As technology development marches on, real-time analysis requirements, Web 2.0 and cloud capabilities have driven large organizations to re-examine how they effectively author, distribute, manage and analyze their web services. 

Register for this free solutions seminar today and:

  • Learn how your agency can leverage integrated web analytics and content management to provide better, more targeted information and service delivery
  • Understand how the broad array of Web 2.0 content, and its effective management, can open up new avenues of more efficient constituent service at a lower agency cost
  • See how other government agencies are successfully harnessing the power of analytics and Web 2.0 content to drive performance breakthroughs
  • Learn what challenges your agency might face during implementation of these new technologies

This is your opportunity to hear first hand how you can leverage the power of web analytics to elevate your government agency’s performance. Don’t miss out on this free solution seminar.


Event Details:

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Registration & Networking Breakfast:
7:30am – 8:30am

8:30am – 11am

The Grand Hyatt Hotel
1000 H Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

Cost: FREE

Presented By:

Federal Computer Week

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