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What data is collected in Usage Intelligence "out-of-the-box" implementation?

What data is collected in Usage Intelligence "out-of-the-box" implementation?

Usage Intelligence SDK implementation is extremely easy, and with about 10 lines of code and 30 minutes, you can get up and running tracking users of your software application. While that implementation doesn't capture every possible data point in your application here is what it does include:

  • Product Metrics
    • Version
    • Edition
    • Build
    • Language
    • Machine ID
    • Client ID
  • Installation Activity
  • User Engagement
    • Runtime Days
    • Runtime Sessions
    • Runtime Hours
  • Churn Analysis
    • Engagement and Churn Rates
    • User Profiles
    • User Activity
  • OS & Platform
    • OS Version
    • OS Platform
    • OS Language
    • OS Architecture
    • .NET Versions (if applicable)
  • Hardware & Architecture
    • Number of Monitors
    • Screen Resolution
    • Memory
    • Graphics Card
    • CPU Type
    • CPU Cores
    • Form Factor
    • Virtual Machines
    • Screen Pixels per Inch
    • Touch Screen
  • Java Environment (if applicable)
    • Java Versions
    • Java Vendor
    • Java Runtime Version
    • Java AWT Graphics Environment
    • Java VM Version
    • Java VM Name
    • Java VM RAM
  • Geographical
    • Continent
    • Country
    • US State
  • Client Profile
  • Data Collection Properties
    • Opt-Out Status
    • Back-Off Status
  • ReachOut
    • Automatic Campaign Deliveries

Most Usage Intelligence reports will visualize usage analytics in both time series and aggregated distributions, and are able to be filtered by the properties you collect.

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