Eppo is the only warehouse-native experimentation platform. No egressing of sensitive data to 3rd parties, and no reconciling results against black box data silos.
Eppo centralizes experimentation across your entire organization, easily integrating with analytics infrastructure and engineering workflows.
Run experiment scenarios with self-serve power analysis. Centralize and coordinate experiment sequences across teams.
Easily integrate with existing feature flags, or use Eppo’s feature flag SDK to confidently launch, remotely configure, and rollout experiments from a common UI
Trust that experiments are healthy with automated Slack alerts for traffic imbalances, anomalous metric drops, instrumentation gaps, and data pipeline errors.
Bring teams together with beautiful, accessible reports. Grow a scientific culture with centralized, consistent scorecards built around core business metrics.
Go deeper on experiment results and understand root causes. Slice results
by core subject segmentations using warehouse data.
No reconciling of results against black box tools
Native workflows for eng to implement, data to measure, product to run the operation
On-cloud compute means no egressing user data
Any experiment use case, one trusted process
Innovation comes with wide participation in product science
Scale analytical power without high expertise headcount
Some ways in which Eppo can help you:
Activate new users by helping them see value, quickly
Reduce friction and increase focus across core workflows
Online evaluation shows which model changes truly work
Drive process improvements to get more from your team
Adjust experiences across different user types and contexts
Monetize users getting value more efficiently
Add network effects by connecting users and experiences
Optimize copy, cadence, and topics in campaigns
Turn power users into net promoters with shareable experiences
Don’t need experimentation quite yet? Eppo includes a complete and reliable feature flagging toolkit out of the box for your engineering workflow: SDKs for your stack, feature gates, advanced targeting, kill switches, manual opt-ins. Use these features to decouple deploys from releases, and add on experimentation independently any time you want.