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Consumer Tech Series: How Zenly uses Product Analytics to grow and retain users


Barron Ernst

VP of Product, Zenly

Adrian Gregory

Head of Customer Success, Amplitude



In today’s world, the products that win are the ones that create the best experiences for customers. Join our webinar series for Consumer Tech brands, to learn how to build great product experiences.

May 4: Why the world's most loved Consumer Tech brands use Product Analytics
May 11: How Zenly uses Product Analytics to grow and retain customers

In this new digital-first reality, you must start treating your websites, apps, and digital experiences as products. You must turn data into visual insights that answer key questions about your customers – what they do and why, what creates value, and how to build what’s next. Enter Product Analytics.

In this second session, Adrian Gregory, Amplitude's Head of Customer Success in EMEA, will chat with Barron Ernst, VP of Product at Zenly, about their product analytics journey. If you are not familiar with Zenly; Zenly is a map that lets you know what your friends and family are up to. Millions of people around the world have shown that Zenly brings you to spend more time with the people who matter most and moves you a little closer to them even when you can't.

Barron will share:

  • Real life examples about how being data-informed has improved their product build
  • How actionable insights help them guide business decisions
  • How data helps them improve the customer experience
We hope you will enjoy the recording of this webinar.

Who should attend?

Data leaders and architects looking to understand where product analytics (and Amplitude) fit into their data management strategy. And product and growth leaders looking to better understand the role of data and how to avoid roadblocks.

Why is data integration & management important?

In a study by Harvard Business Review, companies with advanced data strategies are 2x as likely to report more then 30% revenue growth.