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Innovative testing for better products

Everything you need to deliver unique, optimized experie-nces for your customers, from AI-powered personalization to feature management.

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Targeted Experiments

Focus your tests on specific user behaviors

Explore user behavior trends on a deeper level by targeting your tests to specific user actions and characteristics so you can understand what makes them tick.

A/B Testing for Push Notifications'

Send hyper-personalized push notifications'

With DataTester's machine learning algorithm, you can implement A/B testing on message variations to get the information you need from your users. These notifications can then be further personalized based on their past behaviors for maximum conversion.

Feature Flags

Agile experimentation with feature flags

A progressive delivery model gives you better control with your experiments, taking the risk out of your releases with quick and automated rollbacks if needed.

Server-Side Experiments

Test with increasing complexity

DataTester's server-side testing is hassle-free, with an automated selection of the most suitable statistical method between conversion, per-user and click-through rate metrics.

With DataFinder, we could analyze and verify our current product strategy. The platform also allowed us to significantly improve our operational efficiency"

Julian, Product Manager.
Comprehensive Experiment Metrics

Expand the foundation of your experiments'

Go beyond basic metrics for your testing and achieve comprehensive insights to improve the performance of your product.

On-Premise Deployment'

A self-managed, on-premise solution

Experience the ease of adoption and unlimited storage space with DataTester's on-premise deployment, giving you full control of your data, without any compliance concerns.

Traffic Allocation

Intelligent, dynamic traffic allocation

Machine Learning allows you to allocate traffic to variations that are performing well, allowing you to get the most value out of them during your experiment lifecycle.