New release includes role-based permissions and custom events

October 3rd, 2011 by Robert Pease

We’ve just released some great new features for LoopFuse! You can read more about them in the full press release and below are the two major new things you’ll find in release 3.33:

Role-Based Security Permissions
Within all LoopFuse accounts, there are now three different roles available that a user can be assigned: Administrator, Marketing, or Sales. Administrators have access to all aspects of the system while custom permissions can be assigned for Marketing and Sales roles providing read-only viewing or limiting access to specific functionality.

Custom Event Tracking
Paid LoopFuse OneView accounts now have the ability to track events beyond web site and email activity.  These events are user defined and can include actions inside a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application or actions related to an ecommerce shopping cart experience.  Available via the LoopFuse API, the addition of custom event tracking via a web service adds additional flexibility to how customers can integrate their business processes based on their internal systems.

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