Dyno.com Sees Benefits of SiteTagger

4th February 2010 by Ian Daniels | News & Events

The SiteTagger tool developed by Yard Associates is providing greater web analysis insight for Dyno.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) – Feb 03, 2010 –

Dyno.com have selected SiteTagger to aid the deployment of an updated and detailed tagging strategy for their online business. Yard Associates have been chosen to support the implementation and realise the tagging infrastructure in their analytics tools. Technical Director at Yard Associates, Paul Newbury, said: “Yard Associates are delighted to be able to continue to build the relationship with Dyno by supplying the expertise for such an innovative and emerging piece of technology.”

Released on to the market in 2008, the SiteTagger web tagging solution has been implemented into a number of blue chip clients in the UK. The SiteTagger solution has one objective, to enable organisations to configure, manage and deploy javascript tags onto their website in a quick and effective manner without having to go through the normal IT test and release process.

The company was founded by Paul Newbury,Stephan Briggs and Dan Jermyn who operate Yard Associates, a leading web analytics consultancy started in 2006.

Dyno.com is the market leader in plumbing, drainage, glazing as well as providing security for residential and business properties with over 100 franchisee businesses.

Dyno.com are the latest client to use Yard Associates consultancy to bring about real and measurable results for their online business. Yard Associates client list also includes Bank Of England, British Gas, HSBC, BUPA, Sainsbury’s Finance, Orange, NEC Group, Lloyds TSB, NHS,TFL and the British Council.

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