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SMG Convonix becomes Google Analytics Certified Partner

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SMG Convonix becomes Google Analytics Certified Partner

SMG Convonix has been certified by Google to become a Google Analytics Certified Partner (GACP).

SMG Convonix is amongst the select few companies in India to receive this accreditation, and it did so after a rigorous selection process involving rounds of comprehensive scrutiny by the Google programme’s managers, shared an official release.

As a result of their selection, the agency will be granted certain exclusive privileges by Google, which include access to a trusted and verifiable certified badge, insight into the product roadmap and beta features, and contact with the Analytics Product Management and Marketing team.

“SMG Convonix has been working on complex projects using Google Analytics for quite some time,” said Sarfaraz Khimani, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, SMG Convonix.

“We are excited to be selected as part of the programme. We’ve been working on web analytics projects with varying degrees of complexity since the conception of our company, but with Google Analytics and its continuously evolving measurement and reporting capabilities, we have been able to take analytics consulting to a different level,” added Khimani.

As a GACP, SMG Convonix will offer a variety of services to help clients make the most out of Google Analytics, including web measurement planning, advanced feature implementations, media analysis and consulting, website optimisation, and more.

SMG Convonix has over five years of experience in web analytics. Its team of Google Analytics certified individuals understand that most businesses have unique sensibilities when it comes to online marketing and therefore they consume data very differently, added the release.

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