The missing interface for the Google Analytics Management API

Enterprises and agencies can now manage hundreds of GA users across thousands of accounts, properties & views - all from one easy to use interface.

Google Analytics user management across a multitude of accounts, properties & views (profiles)

Reduce time spent on managing GA users by a factor of 10!

Manage individual users

Easily audit which of your hundreds of Google Analytics accounts, web properties and views a particular user has access to, and at what level they have that access. The EAC makes this easy.  And modifying or removing that access is just as easy.

Manage many users in bulk

With EAC you can remove access across hundreds of users and accounts with just a few clicks. Search for large groups of users  by doing a wild card search on email address domain name.

Duplicate existing permissions

Easily replicate one user's permissions to another when employees leave or change roles within your organization. Increase security by eliminating multiple users logging in with the same credential.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be a Google Analytics Premium customer to use this tool?
No. The EAC works on all versions of GA - both Standard AND Premium.
Is there a limit to the number of accounts, properties, views or users I can manage with EAC?
There is no direct limit, but the more entities managed, the longer the initial synchronization with Google’s servers may take. We have customers on EAC with thousands of entities under management.
Does EAC meet my corporate security standards?
Every company’s standards are different, but the EAC adds a missing layer of administrative capability to Google Analytics that most enterprises desire. Without the EAC, or a technically complex corporate directory integration, it is virtually impossible without extensive manual steps to find and remove specific users across the enterprise.
Do you store my Google Analytics information on your servers?
Yes. We request the meta data from Google Analytics and store it on our servers long enough for you to make updates/changes to it. Then we send it back to Google Analytics via their management API. The next time you login to EAC, a fresh copy of the meta data is requested to capture any changes that were made via the GA admin interface since your last session in the EAC.
Can the EAC be white labeled with my agency or department/group branding & URL?
Yes. Let’s discuss the best method of doing so. Please contact us!

Contact Shufflepoint about EAC

Please emails sales@shufflepoint.com for more information about EAC and to request an evaluation subscription.