UXWizz has been nominated in HackerNoon's annual Startup of the Year awards in Craiova, Romania.
Please vote for us here: https://hackernoon.com/startups/europe/europe-craiova-dolj-county-romania.
Read more about us below to understand why we deserve your vote.
UXWizz is a self-hosted website analytics platform that helps you improve all your websites without sharing your data or your visitors’ data with any 3rd party.
UXWizz can be a complete, private, replacement for multiple platforms like Google Analytics, Hotjar, Google Optimize or Fullstory.
I am the founder and lead developer of UXWizz. I make sure the platform is always up-to-date and taking advantage of the latest technology improvements and browser features to provide a responsive, easy-to-use analytics dashboard.
In the last few years, the new privacy laws have been a huge talking point across industries and any company that owns a website or digital asset had to look into it. The main problem that those laws try to solve is reducing or stopping the sharing of user private data between companies.
UXWizz aims to solve this issue by providing a platform that is entirely in your control, where no data is sent to an external 3rd party analytics platform, that provides granular privacy controls, complete transparency and direct access to the data stored in your own MySQL database.
UXWizz is, as far as we know, the only premium analytics platform that is self-hosted-first and that has as the main goal the popularization of the self-hosted ecosystem and reducing external services and subscriptions being used.
Other website analytics platforms monetize their cloud oferring, while open-sourcing their self-hosted option. This is a great model, but has a major flow: their business monetization model directly competes with the goal of making self-hosting easier. In other words, the easier the self-hosted version is to setup and maintain, the less money they would make. Because of this, most platforms using this pricing model only release older versions or feature-locked versions of the product as the self-hosted oferring or use a complicated stack that is hard to setup or maintain.
As more and more privacy laws are being issued and regulations are getting stricter, our prediction is that most companies that care about data privacy and respecting the laws will start moving away from 3rd party analytics to self-hosted analytics, where all the data remains in their control.
Because of this, we predict that the self-hosted ecosystem will grow considerably in 2023 and 2024.
This is not a prediction, change is already happening. Google Analytics has just enforced their new GA4 tracking method, which very few of their users seem to be willing to adapt to and which is required since July 1, 2023.
There is not a clear monopoly in the website analytics space anymore, since people are moving away from the consecrated Google Analytics. Now it’s the time for a new era of website analytics to begin.
Awards are a simple way in which customers can decide whether a product is worthy of trying out. By winning an award, UXWizz will establish itself as a top product in the website analytics space, one for which the customers should at least consider checking out the 100% free trial.
We are ready to change the website analytics ecosystem in 2023 and lead the way in the switch to a cheaper, more private and independent way of running all the services a digital business needs.
Vote for us today! https://hackernoon.com/startups/europe/europe-craiova-dolj-county-romania.