Mixpanel, Amplitude and several others are more for B2C use cases. Coz of this, account level (usage at the company level) grouping is either very tough OR available only at their enterprise-level packages.
I recommend Cacti. It's an open source product that won't leave you stuck with a vendor-lockin solution.
Looks like Pendo and FullStory are the right answers here. Very expensive for startups. Somebody should copy, paste these startups and sell it for something that is more digestible for startups.
I'm not aware of any alternatives that have the same level of support and functionality- we ended up going with Amplitude and got the Account add-on. It's been working well so far.
If you have an early enterprise product with less than 5 paying accounts you should check out Microsoft Clarity (https://clarity.microsoft.com/) it's like Fullstory, but free
Once you start needing to get more sophisiticated in measuring your accounts activity and product usage you want to introduce an event-based data visualization tool, like Amplitude or Mixpanel, but for account-level metrics, you'll have to move to a paid plan right away.
For out-of-the-box opinionated reports, you can also connect your Segment account June (https://june.so) and get reports on your active accounts, churning accounts, and their retention. You can think about June as something like Chartmogul or Baremetrics for your product usage data.
Disclaimer I'm the founder of June
@rarjunpillai have been trying to answer the same for our use case, have reached out to MixPanel and Amplitude for the same. Waiting for revert back
As per my understanding having worked on Google Analytics and MixPanel both are pretty powerful and quite pocket-friendly.Mixpanel offers a 1 year free service similar to the one mentioned FullStack we have been using it serves all other metrics pretty well except for the one you mentioned so far for us
I recommend Countly, a fully featured product analytics platform. Countly has a customer success team also, and prices start at acceptable levels compared to other expensive options out there.
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