NEWS21 August 2009

Q2 revenue flat and profit down for iPerceptions

Data analytics North America

CANADA— Web analytics firm iPerceptions has reported flat revenue and an increased loss for the second quarter of 2009.

Revenue was $1.14m for the three months ending 30 June, compared to $1.13m in the same period last year. The firm made a loss of $0.98m in the period, compared to $0.66m a year ago.

President and CEO Claude Guay said 2009 “continues to be a good year” and focused on the firm’s growing client base for its paid analytics services and free online survey tool.

“In the months ahead, our team will work hard towards fulfilling its promise of even better analytical tools, more flexible and scalable product offerings, and more efficient processes,” said Guay.

iPerceptions said the Web Analytics Association had recently implemented its free 4Q online survey tool to research user experience on its website.