This hound tracks Web clicks

This hound tracks Web clicks

New WebHound software from SAS Institute Inc. of Cary, N.C., generates ad hoc summaries and reports about clickstream data from Web site visits, then can feed the information into a data warehouse.

WebHound's charts and graphs detail the most-requested pages, server response times, visitor demographics and browser types, SAS spokeswoman Christy Garrison said.

Based on SAS Version 8, WebHound requires the installation of SAS/IntrNet software, Garrison said. It links to SAS/Warehouse Administrator for downloading information to a warehouse.

WebHound is set for release next month. The price will start at around $120,000, depending on server size and the number of administrators.

Contact SAS Institute at 919-677-8000.

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