Tracking plans are critical to data-driven organisation who use behavioural data to build data products, run BI/Analytics or activate down-stream tools.
A successful tracking plan is the schema that defines your data quality. Trackplan put’s data quality front and centre within your organisation
Data Quality is vital to down-stream teams dependent on behavioural data. A change in behavioural data tracking should begin in the tracking plan.
Having a single source of truth ensures that everyone is on the same page, and that the impact of a change can be identified before it is implemented.
All types of businesses need access to tracking plans, so we give you the option to decide how much you need to use.
2 Tracking Plan
5 Tracking Plans
... or get started with our free plan and create your first tracking plan! 🚀Create Free Account
A tracking plan is a schema definition of all the events, entities, data types and constraints. This schema helps you build a single source of truth around your behavioural data tracking.
No. Trackplan helps you manage the schemas for your behavioural data tracking, which are implemented by data tracking tools.
Yup! Best practices are baked into our product, to help you name events, set goals and lay out a clear tracking plan. Our docs further expand on best-practices.
Our schema registry integrations and templates will help you build tracking plans specific to the tools you use, and sync your schemas with their schema registries.