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Loops is a no-code analytics platform that provides product and data teams with growth opportunities hidden in their data.
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How Loops Works
No-code integrationYou can easily connect Loops with your data warehouses and data analytics platforms without any code or R&D resources and then define your KPIs.
Loops - A force multiplier for product and data teams
Go beyond correlation
Loops’ proprietary “Causal Inference” models takes data analysis to a whole new level. Loops identifies the causality behind the correlation so that you won’t waste time on misleading insights.
Loops’ no-code analytics platform provides product and data teams with immediate value. Loops works with your existing data stack, seamlessly integrating with various data sources and data warehouses so you can start optimizing your product in no time.
Insights that speak your language
Stop trying to extract insights from meaningless event names and undefined properties. Loops uses your product and data terminology so you can focus on the most important features and KPIs
Focus on what drives your KPIs
Loops applies proprietary machine learning models that analyze millions of data points, enabling you to easily identify and act upon the most promising growth opportunities while eliminating dashboards and graph fatigue.
Find out how we can help you detect and act
on opportunities to grow your product,
and crush your KPIs
Recent blog posts
Case Study: 18Birdies – Remarkable Growth in KPIs
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Why Loops – With Adam Fishman
In this session, we asked Adam Fishman, the former VP Product/Growth at Patreon, about what opportunity he sees in Loops for product managers, and to
The False Sense of Confidence With “Before-After” Analysis
In this article, Iyar Lin, data science lead at Loops, goes through the “behind the scenes” of one of our most used types of analyses: