Fireclick

Fireclick

Fireclick, Inc. is a provider of web analytic and e-mail marketing solutions through a hosted application for online businesses, such as software publishers, manufacturers, distributors, and online retailers. Its solution automatically gathers and stores data.

Company Info

HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1999
Employees
75
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