PulseFlow provides users with a way to monitor user behavior and features of their web applications, websites and mobile applications. PulseFlow performs these tasks in a number of ways. Users can track events related to the functionality of their application or website and review the statistics through the state of the art PulseFlow dashboard. Users can also monitor their conversion rate on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. PulseFlow allows users to monitor multiple products using only one account. Each item is managed in real time so the user always has the most up to date information regardless of how many applications, mobile apps or websites they are monitoring. PulseFlow also provides users with funnels reports that help the user view events step by step to look for weak areas that could be lowering their overall customer conversation rates.Show more screenshots »
PulseFlow was created to give website owners and application developers a way to monitor their success through customer conversion. The application was designed to supply meaningful information through various reports and stats that would reveal any potential problem areas or places that could use improvement in the user’s product. Today, many people use PulseFlow to improve their websites and applications to make them more appealing to the end user.
PulseFlow utilizes a few different reporting options that focus on events. Users can learn how visitors interact with their product to look for features or functions that may be user unfriendly. PulseFlow presents the data in an attractive, easy to digest way so the user gets what they need and can get to work correcting issues and making improvements.
The PulseFlow website uses a calm light blue and white color scheme that creates a welcoming atmosphere for new users. The stylish blue and black PulseFlow logo includes a friendly cloud that adds a hint of personality to the site. The application uses organized reports in the form of blue and green line charts, bar graphs and other eye-catching visual aids. PulseFlow is very easy to read and presents users with a site design that encourages an overall positive experience.
New users can create a PulseFlow account by clicking on the blue “Sign In” link in the upper, right hand corner of the homepage. The user can then click the blue button at the bottom of the left hand column to access the registration form. The next page asks the user to select from one of the five PulseFlow membership plans. The account set up form asks the user for a company name, website, email address, password, street address, zip code, country location and phone number.
PulseFlow give users five diverse membership plans to choose from. The first is the Basic membership which costs just under $40 per month and includes up to 100,000 records per month, two products, funnels reporting and geo tracking. The Advanced membership costs around $150 per month and upgrades to include up to 500,000 records per month and monitoring for up to five products. The mid-range Pro plan costs around $250 and includes up to one million records per month and 10 products. The Premium membership includes up to 10 million records per month and 20 products and costs just under $1,000 per month. The most expensive plan is the Corporate which costs around $1,500 per month and includes up to 20 million records per month and 30 products.
PulseFlow can provide a great deal of helpful information for anyone who manages a website, web application or mobile phone app. The tools are easy to use and provide in depth data that can help users make improvements to their product.