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Features

Join Your Product and Feature Data to Maximize Impact with Amplitude and Split

Product teams today are not only tasked with delivering new features but also delighting their customers with the right features. Whether crafting a vision for the product roadmap or experimenting with how a new feature should work, feature flags and data are crucial to success. At Split and Amplitude, we…

Karn Khunger
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Industry Trends

Adaptability in Software Development Must be Powered by Informed Action

The same tools and practices that make modern software delivery sustainable and efficient are what our organizations need to achieve greater adaptability.

Dave Karow
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Features

Bring Your Customer and Feature Data Together with mParticle and Split

Become more data-driven around feature releases by using impression data from Split in mParticle and mParticle event data to evaluate treatments in Split.

Sophie Harpur
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Features

Gain Richer Insights More Easily with Event Properties

With today’s release, you can now create a range of metrics from a single event, providing a deeper analysis of the results of your experiments. These additional insights into knowing how people are using your application is vital to shaping your product development priorities. For example, if you wanted to…

Sophie Harpur, Team Split
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Industry Trends

Correlate Feature Releases with Product Metrics Using Controlled Rollouts

For any company to be successful the entire team needs to work together and push towards a set of unified of goals, which often evolve into a series of vital business KPIs. For SaaS businesses, these goals may align with metrics like the number of logos, number of seats, account utilization, and total MRR. Marching towards these goals can be challenging when trying to understand how team and individual contributions impact movement in these key metrics.

Trevor Stuart

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