Amplitude is cool because it makes things simple to set up and start collecting. You can set up tracking on it without having to create brand new integrations.
Co-founder & CEO - GMB Fitness
We needed more detailed used tracking so we adopted Amplitude. Amplitude detects the user flow entry point and exit point on our application. The price point is very reasonable.
Founder & CEO - API Fortress
Our product teams uses Amplitude. They are happy with it. They have a really large free tier.
Co-founder & CEO - Kompyte
Amplitude is the go-to tool for us. It’s great overall, but it’s very expensive. To do anything very powerful, like SQL queries, it's super expensive. We try to limit our usage, but Amplitude is very addictive. Once you start saving and bookmarking your queries, you’re locked in.
Co-founder & CTO - Mixmax
Amplitude is a little smaller but has similar features to Mixpanel.
Co-founder & CEO - Moesif
We use Amplitude to measure a set of indicators. (KPI’s)
CEO - Jack Media
We are thinking of switching to Amplitude from Mixpanel--we feel that they have better stats, and are more aligned with Google Analytics.
Co-founder & CEO - Recruitee
Amplitude has a really good product that’s easy to use. It has very good onboarding and a high event limit. We have a lot of event traffic, so it’s important to prevent the software from getting super expensive. They do cohort analysis really well, better than Mixpanel and better than Kissmetrics. It does a lot out of the box.
Co-founder - Outbound
We’re now on Amplitude, and so far, so good. There’s a lot of flexibility with what you can analyze. Speed is the big differentiator; it’s super fast for queries and results. And it’s super cheap. It’s a very good match for us.
CEO - Mention
I like Amplitude better than Mixpanel. The UI is a lot cleaner. There are a few features we had to build ourselves that are too expensive through Amplitude, like cohort analysis. The amount of free events we get are much higher in Amplitude, so we don’t have to use Mixpanel too much anymore. Mixpanel is also not as feature rich as Amplitude.
Co-founder & CEO - Lob
Amplitude is pretty straight forward and the UI is really nice and clean. The pricing is also very competitive for a business in our stage.
Co-founder & Head of Engineering - Flow Kana
We’re going to move from Mixpanel to Amplitude. For the most part, it’s about pricing, but the Amplitude team seems to be very aggressive on features. And from what I hear from the tech community, it’s easier to record user data with Amplitude. I’m also not too happy with the Mixpanel core, it makes it hard to see what a group of users is doing.
Co-founder & CEO - Gorgias
We are huge fans of Amplitude! We track many specific events and we put lots of folks in Amplitude for tracking purposes. It allows us to slice and dice what’s going on, which really helps to drive product development.
Co-founder & CEO - Open Listings
We use Amplitude for basic usage metrics.
Co-founder & CEO - Segment
We love the flexibility and personalization of Amplitude.
Founder & CEO - Hullabalu
4%Stacklist Startups Are Using Amplitude
Amplitude is an event-based business intelligence and analytics tool that helps startups visualize and optimize what they call the “behavioral layer.” Amplitude uses event flows to to help product teams, developers and marketers understand user behavior across platforms. Amplitude’s real-time data and flexible dashboards allow you to segment users and analyze marketing funnels, retention and revenue. Developers can even funnel your raw data into an Amazon Redshift database so teams can run their own queries.
Built with the needs of both small and large companies in mind, Amplitude works right out of the box with minimal setup, but also has the advanced analytics features commonly found in enterprise-level products. In addition, early-stage startups appreciate Amplitude’s fair prices, which come out cheaper, on average, than platforms like Mixpanel and Kissmetrics.
Choose from Amplitude’s two pricing plans, depending on the complexity of your needs. The free Starter plan allows for 1 million monthly events over two different apps, as well as limited email support. The Enterprise plan, which requires a quote from the company, allows for unlimited events, unlimited apps, phone support, analytics training, a success manager and more.
Visit the website: https://amplitude.com