Universal Analytics

Universal Analytics is a version of Google Analytics that set a new standard for how user data is collected and organized. Introduced in the fall of 2012, Universal Analytics offers new tracking codes for websites and features that can more accurately measure user behavior (1). Both Google Analytics (GA) and Universal Analytics (UA) are available to users.


Cloudflare provides DDoS mitigation services which protect customers from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. As of September 2020, the company claims to block "an average of 72 billion threats per day, including some of the largest DDoS attacks in history.


In 2010, Rackspace contributed the source code of its Cloud Files product to the OpenStack project under the Apache License to become the OpenStack Object Storage component

Amazon CloudFront

CloudFront competes with larger content delivery networks such as Akamai and Limelight Networks. Upon launch, Larry Dignan of ZDNet News stated that CloudFront could cause price and margin reductions for competing CDNs.

Product Feed

Product feeds supply the content that is presented on many kinds of e-commerce websites such as search engines, price comparison websites, affiliate networks, and other similar aggregators of e-commerce information. Product data feeds are generated by manufacturers, online retailers and, in some cases, product information is extracted using web scraping or harvested web harvesting from the online shops website.

Conversion Tracking and Retargeting

A conversion is an action, or group of actions, a visitor or user takes on a website or mobile app. Conversion tracking is the ability to capture and report conversions completed.

Best Buy

An eye-catching eCommerce store will bring in customers for sure, but having an effective ERP system that takes care of all critical back-end operations is also very important. Cloud services for business operations are becoming a standard of the eCommerce industry. Today, eCommerce businesses use a vast array of highly functional cloud applications to cover various aspects of their operations. Microsoft Dynamics NAV is one of the finest and most stable ERPs in the market today that has helped thousands of business owners streamline their line of operations.

Amazon Vendor Central

Data integration and automation of ERPs is a growing need of the industry. Amazon is a widely known marketplace and an eMall, for both sellers and buyers. When it comes to e-commerce websites, one name that reigns supreme is Amazon. No other e-commerce site even comes close to brand recognition, size, manpower, global reach, and logistic capabilities as Amazon.