Funnel Web upgrades, launches into Unix

The Australian-developed Web analysis tool Funnel Web has been upgraded to version 3.1 and now extends to the Unix platform.

Developed by Melbourne-based Active Concepts, Funnel Web is billed as "a professional multiplatform Web analysis solution for the business, e-commerce and education markets".

According to Active Concepts, the new upgrade brings four new reports to Funnel Web:

· Top Directory Listing, which breaks down the sub-directory accesses by top level.

· Download History, which details each download· Keyword by Search Engine, which reports on the top keywords used to find your Web site.

· Error History, which provides a detailed log of each error, and assists in pin-pointing problems.

The upgrade also brings a 1000 per cent speed increase in DNS resolution and an overall speed increase of 10 per cent, claims the company.

Funnel Web 3.1 is available for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Unix and the Mac OS.

A free upgrade to registered users of Funnel Web 3.0 is available at Active Concepts' Web site, whilst pricing for a full version of Funnel Web 3.1 is $380 ($US249) for the standard edition and $765 ($US499) for the professional edition.

Active Concepts

Phone: (03) 9348 2122

http://www.activeconcepts.com

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