What Is The Difference Between Reporting And Analytics?

  • Reporting explains what has happened, while analytics is an attempt to explain why something has happened.
  • Analytics explains what has happened, while reporting is an attempt to explain why something has happened.
  • Trick question! There isn’t one.
  • Reporting is for journalists, while analytics is for marketing, sales, and services representatives.

The correct answer is:

  • Reporting explains what has happened, while analytics is an attempt to explain why something has happened.

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Jori Munroe

Jori is a lecturer on WNS Academy. She is dedicated to educating and inspiring people about reporting, conversion, and advertising and teaches sales and CRM courses at WNS. She is best known for her works on the HubSpot Inbound Marketing, Sales Software and the Sales Enablement Certification.

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