We had our biggest traffic month ever in July. During the month, we had 8,566 unique visitors visit 9,150 times, creating 23,496 page views. That’s an average of 2.57 pages per visit.
So what were they looking at? Here’s the answer – the Top 10 Australian Software Products for last month, July 2019, by traffic in descending order from position one with the most interest, to position 10.
You can click on the product name to read more about them.
1. Reporting Rhino (Marketing)
In first place this month is Reporting Rhino, which turns difficult to understand Google Analytics reports into weekly white label emails for digital agencies to provide to their customers.
2. Appbot (Information Technology)
Appbot imports and analyses app reviews from the Apple, Google Play & Microsoft stores, Amazon product reviews, support tickets, in-app feedback data, social media feeds, NPS responses & many other types of customer feedback.
3. Agriwebb (Agriculture)
Last but not least is Agriwebb. Agriwebb helps Australian farmers solve management problems and trading inefficiencies in livestock production.
4. 6Q (Human Resources)
Employee pulse survey tool, 6Q, sends weekly, fortnightly or monthly employee surveys that take less than two minutes to complete.
5. Safety Champion (Safety)
In fifth spot is Safety Champion. They make it easy to perform safety tasks while out and about. Safety Champion’s intuitive user-friendly layout makes safety easier to manage, resulting in happier workers.
6. Vend (Accounting)
Coming in at number six, is Australian retail software, Vend. Vend is a retail POS (Point of Sale) system, that allows shop owners to sell, manage, report and grow your retail business.
7. Sajari (Business Intelligence)
At number seven, Sajari is based on a new type of search index called a neural index, which is constantly changing and adapting to improve searches and recommendations automatically.
8. Digivizer (Marketing)
Digivizer helps businesses investing in digital marketing programs on Facebook, Google, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter, better understand their audiences and the performance of their content.
9. Docmosis (Communications)
In ninth position in our top 10 is Docmosis. Docmosis allows you to quickly and easily add document generation and reporting to your software application.
10. Mobble (Agriculture)
Last but not least is Mobble. This agriculture software helps farmers across Australia and New Zealand simplify their on-farm record keeping.
So there you have it; our Top 10 Australian software by traffic for the month of July 2019.
Well done to the teams behind these great innovative software products – we’re proud to have you listed on the Australian Software Guide!
The Australian Software Guide features a hand curated list of the best Australian built software products.