VisiStat Web Analytics Solution Migrates to Mac

Second generation Web Analytics solution dynamically captures visitor usage
and habits while providing real-time analysis

(San Jose, CA — November 16, 2005)–VisiStat, Inc. announces the release
of VisiStat 3.0, a dynamic online website traffic reporting service
designed specifically for the non-technical user. This latest version
offers new reporting features and an improved infrastructure built on Apple
hardware and software.

“Given our rapid growth, we needed to find a solution that would allow us
to easily scale our operation,” said Stephen Oachs, Director of Product
Development at VisiStat. “We chose Apple hardware running Mac OS X for its
flexibility, ease of use and support.”

VisiStat is an innovative, second generation Web Analytics solution that
dynamically captures visitor usage and habits while providing real-time
analysis. VisiStat provides graphically appealing in-depth report about a
website’s visitor usage. VisiStat 3.0 now offers the following new
innovative and detailed reports:

– Page Isolation Feature for tracking dynamic content
– Interactive Geographical Reporting
– Advanced Keyword Trending Reports
– Customized Excel output
– Daily E-mail Summary Reports

Companies that implement VisiStat’s on-demand services have the data
necessary to maximize their marketing efforts and increase their return on

VisiStat is revolutionizing the web analytics marketplace for the
“everyday” user with its unique and powerful reporting, combined with a
highly intuitive user interface. VisiStat is priced at $14.95 per month,
and is available at (

About VisiStat, Inc.
VisiStat, Inc., is a San Jose, CA, based Web analytics development company
focused on second-generation analytic solutions tailored for non-technical
users. VisiStat realized the need for GUI-rich Web analytics tools that
could be easily understood “by the masses.” By “taking the IT out of
Analytics,” VisiStat addressed this need while offering rich, dynamic
real-time data reporting. Learn more online at (