SiteSpect

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SiteSpect is leading the advancement of testing, targeting, and personalization software that empowers the world’s most successful digital businesses to drive revenue growth, deepen customer engagement, and sharpen their competitive edge. Only the SiteSpect Digital Optimization Platform enables customers to test the entire user experience, from the front-end “look and feel” to the back-end functionality, and centrally manage those tests across channels, product lines, and business units. SiteSpect’s patented technology and professional services are used by top digital companies such as Wal-Mart, Target, Eddie Bauer, Urban Outfitters, Wayfair, Trulia, Overstock.com, and leading financial services and media companies.
TypePrivate
Founded2004
HQNewton, US
Websitesitespect.com
Employee Ratings3.5

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)76(-1%)
Job Openings5
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at SiteSpect

Patrick Romich

Patrick Romich

Chief Executive Officer
Mike Earley

Mike Earley

Chief Financial Officer
Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

Chief Revenue Officer
Paul Silevitch

Paul Silevitch

Chief Architect
Justin Bougher

Justin Bougher

Vice President of Product
Eric J. Hansen

Eric J. Hansen

Chief Technology Officer & Founder
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SiteSpect Office Locations

SiteSpect has offices in Newton, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Portland and in 4 other locations
Newton, US (HQ)
Riverside Center, 275 Grove St suite 3 - 400, Auburndale
Las Vegas, US
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Phoenix, US
Phoenix, AZ, USA
Portland, US
Portland, OR, USA
Salt Lake City, US
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Seattle, US
Seattle, WA, USA
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SiteSpect Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2004

SiteSpect total Funding

$13 m

SiteSpect latest funding size

$13 m

Time since last funding

6 years ago

SiteSpect investors

SiteSpect's latest funding round in January 2015 was reported to be $13 m. In total, SiteSpect has raised $13 m
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SiteSpect Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

81/100

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SiteSpect Online and Social Media Presence

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SiteSpect Blogs

Three Ways to Optimize Your Top Navigation and Drive Conversions

Your website’s navigation can make or break your conversion rate. If your navigation is too overwhelming or, in contrast, does not offer much information, your visitors will likely be deterred from your site. However, an optimized navigation can truly improve the customer experience and drive sales.…

How to Boost Revenue with Product Recommendations

Product recommendations are an excellent way to enhance the customer experience by tailoring content specifically for each individual and helping users find what they want. And the better the customer experience, the more conversions and revenue you’ll drive. According to Accenture, 91% of consumers…

Why Financial Services Should Think Like Tech Companies

In this summer’s issue of Future Banking, SiteSpect Europe’s Maarten Plokker, Managing Director, outlined ways that financial institutions should be optimizing their digital channels to improve the customer experience. The full interview can be found here – “Banks Need to Know Their Digital Customer…

Home Goods Store Generates Millions in Additional Revenue per Week

While having a large inventory can be a brand’s greatest strength, it can also lengthen the customer journey and make it difficult to surface categories, promotions, financing programs, and more. Many large retailers face this challenge. This major US-based home goods retailer found a creative way t…

Optimizing the Customer Experience On and Offline

When shopping online, consumers expect convenience and personalization. Ecommerce sales make up for more than 16% of total retail sales in the United States, a number that has more than tripled since 2007. With the continually increasing demand for online shopping, it’s crucial for retailers to opti…

Do Shorter Forms Really Convert Better?

One of the most common pieces of advice you hear in optimization is to reduce the number of form fields required for any conversion. Customers don’t like to provide information they perceive as unnecessary, any extra fields within the checkout can give users the impression more effort is required an…
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SiteSpect Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was SiteSpect founded?

    SiteSpect was founded in 2004.

  • Who are SiteSpect key executives?

    SiteSpect's key executives are Patrick Romich, Mike Earley and Bill Cunningham.

  • How many employees does SiteSpect have?

    SiteSpect has 76 employees.

  • Who are SiteSpect competitors?

    Competitors of SiteSpect include LaunchDarkly, Kameleoon and AB Tasty.

  • Where is SiteSpect headquarters?

    SiteSpect headquarters is located at Riverside Center, 275 Grove St suite 3 - 400, Auburndale, Newton.

  • Where are SiteSpect offices?

    SiteSpect has offices in Newton, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Portland and in 4 other locations.

  • How many offices does SiteSpect have?

    SiteSpect has 8 offices.