WebTrends's WebTrends Enterprise Suite finally gives users enough new features to justify upgrading, with lots of additional analytical reporting tools and monitoring tools, and the addition of a site analysis and management interface. WebTrends Enterprise Suite 3.0 is shipping for $1,499 (#908).
WebTrends also sells a Professional Suite for $499 (#302), which lacks the database linking capabilities of the Enterprise version, as well as a $299 (#181) basic version for log analysis. The suite's new Site Manager interface provides more robust capabilities such as multiple graphical site views and detailed information on each file. Although many of these tools are found in HTML authoring environments or in server suites, PC Week Labs' tests showed that these new capabilities make WebTrends 3.0 a more complete site analysis package. www.webtrends.com
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