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Re: Best Practice: FSI use of s.products for reporting - Adobe Analytics 26-02-2016
thanks.Why would one use the s.products for a financial or bank implementation rather than just an eVar to capture the products? what are the benefits of doing it this approach?

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Re: Best Practice: FSI use of s.products for reporting - Adobe Analytics 25-02-2016
Thanks Amit,I'm not sure what the incrementor event is for in your example, when or why would you use this? also there isn't much need for scAdd as one isn't adding to a cart as it were. Ive also never heard or can find info on the s.events="scProspect" can you tell me more about this, how its used and setup?Why would one use the s.products for FSI rather than just an eVar to capture the products? what are the benefits of doing it this approach?thanks all

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Best Practice: FSI use of s.products for reporting - Adobe Analytics 24-02-2016
Hi all,I would like to know if its best practice to make use of the s.products reports for Financial services in terms of tracking products viewed and converted online (eg: Loans, Credit Cards, but also other added services they may offer like paying bills or buying data for your phone and so on). What about interest in products that lead to interest (ie: call me back form)?How would you recommend tracking all these using the s.products?Are there any best practice guides for implementing Analyti...

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Delete Data Warehouse Requests from the UI - Adobe Analytics 30-11-2011
It would be great for admin users to be able to delete DW request that have either failed or completed, directly from the UI

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