GA4 Dashboards & Monthly Reporting
Stay on top of your goals with monthly reports & updated custom dashboards that integrate with Google Analytics 4.
For many businesses, the number of people who rely on insights and data from Google Analytics far exceeds the number of people, usually specialists, who use Google Analytics day-to-day.
It’s not uncommon for a wide range of custom reports, dashboards, presentations and even board reports to draw from Google Analytics to inform stakeholders and guide decision making across the wider organisation.
These use cases shouldn’t be overlooked during the transition to the new Google Analytics 4. Kwasi is here to help with an optional add-on to our GA4 migration services.
How can Kwasi help?
We will help you update your existing reporting dashboard to connect to any new GA4 data sources being collected from websites and app events. We will also inventory all your existing Universal Analytic dashboards for your convenience.
Working alongside your measurement strategy, we will provide monthly reports that feature all your most valuable metrics, so you can view your overall performance and keep on top of your goals, and report accordingly to your stakeholders.
Ask us about our optional GA4 services
From July 1, the current version of Google Analytics will no longer collect new data, but before long Google will also remove all historical data as well.
If access to historical data is important to you, particularly for forecasting or benchmarking performance, we can support you to backup your historical data.
In the long-term, Google Analytics 4 will be easier to use and extract insight from than the classic Universal Analytics. In the short-term though, you can expect a steep learning curve as you adjust to the new interface and back-end process for collecting and processing data.
We can help your team with the transition with training sessions and materials tailored to suit your needs and use cases.
Migrate to the new Google Analytics 4 before July 1
Make sure you’re ready to transition when Google Analytics is replaced this year to ensure your business isn’t disrupted.