SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 31, 2013) - UserVoice, the complete customer service solution on the web, today announced that Evan Hamilton, head of community at UserVoice, will participate in a panel titled, "Agility + Analytics = Better Products" at DeveloperWeek 2013. Held in San Francisco Feb. 1-7, DeveloperWeek brings together over 1,000 thought leaders from across the globe to discuss important issues facing application development.
Rapid prototyping and agile development more and more rest on the smart use of application analytics. Yet for a community of tech companies fighting for the next customer and round of funding, what analytics really matter? During this session titled, "Agility + Analytics = Better Products," Evan Hamilton and other panelists will discuss how the smart use of app analytics can provide businesses with critical insight to transform user experience and make customers happy.
In addition, as part of the event, DeveloperWeek recognizes technology innovators with its "Best of Tech Awards." UserVoice has been named top innovator in the "User Testing Tools" category.
What: "Agility + Analytics = Better Products" Panel
When: 11:00 AM PST on Monday, Feb. 4, 2013
Where: SPUR Urban Center, 654 Mission Street (2nd floor) San Francisco, CA
Who: Evan Hamilton, UserVoice
Chris Kelly, New Relic
Dan Kador, Keen IO
Hugh Reynolds, Swrve
For more information about DeveloperWeek 2013 and to register for this event, please visit: http://www.developerweek.com/index/registration
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Launched in 2008, UserVoice is the San Francisco-based startup that empowers companies to help and understand their users, keep them happy with great support, and be even smarter about building better products. The company's feedback forums make it easy for users to share, discuss, and vote for ideas, while its support tools enable companies to track and respond to support requests quickly and with less effort. Easy to set up and even easier to use, UserVoice can be embedded directly in websites, iPhone/iPad apps, and Facebook pages to go wherever users go. Join the more than 100,000 organizations, like Rackspace, SwiftKey, Microsoft, IGN, Zynga, and HipChat, giving their users a voice with UserVoice. Visit the UserVoice blog, and get started today for free.