• Organization TypeService Providers
  • Staff26-50
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded2005
Intlock, developer of CardioLog Analytics, has been a leader in the field of analytics for SharePoint, Office 365 and Social Platforms for over 10 years. Their product – CardioLog Analytics – provides web-analytics and online marketing solutions for SMB and enterprise-level intranet portals and websites. CardioLog Analytics delivers deep insights into the performance of portal, web and social platform initiatives through testing, tracking and targeting, ultimately enabling organizations to optimize their portal’s impact and maximize their return on investment. The solution is available for both On-Premises and SaaS deployments.   Intlock is led by a team of experts in the fields of application development, knowledge management, web analytics, portal monitoring and control, and software engineering. Its products and solutions are installed in organizations from various industries, including financial services, government, telecommunication, entertainment services and others.   Intlock firmly believes that partner alliances are a beneficial way to help enhance the product as well as strengthen alliances within the SharePoint and Office 365 communities. By working together, cost effectiveness and ease of implementation are greatly improved. Partner alliances shorten implementation times and enable the adaptation of the products to any technological environment a customer may have. If you wish to partner with Intlock, please contact us and they’ll be glad to return to you with their partnership offering.

Where is Intlock

Contact Intlock

Company Offices
  • United States (headquarters)
  • Brookline
  • 1065 Beacon St


Contract Awards

Procurement of Computer Equipment and Accessories

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
4 Jul 2018

Provision of Software Maintenance and Support

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
20 Jun 2016

Provision of Software Maintenance and Support

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
16 May 2016