Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) November 21, 2012
With the increasing business dependence on an online presence – it has become essential for organizations to monitor and guarantee the reliability of their web sites. Web site owners need to know when their site isn’t functioning as expected and if a user has experienced an error it is important to immediately address it.
Over the past few years organizations have made a significant investment in tools that provide visibility into their web sites, such as marketing and social analytics, user journey tracking and other web-site discovery tools. However, there hasn’t been any significant investment or progress made in the development and adoption of tools and analytics for automated tracking of technical issues, reliability and failures.
Appfail has been designed to identify, diagnose and track the major causes of failures in web sites. By allowing administrators to focus on the failures with the highest business/revenue impact, Appfail aims to save its customers from significant revenue loss due to downtime and lost business. Its suite of analytics is designed to help developers and administrators quickly diagnose and address problems. Real-time notifications to email or cell phones allow administrators to know the moment there is a problem.
Appfail assists web site developers by taking a detailed snapshot of the server environment, user and browser information which it transmits securely to Appfail’s online service. This arms web site developers with the knowledge necessary to diagnose and fix the issue.
Organizations have invested significant resources to drive customers and traffic to their web sites, but risk losing them due to unforeseen web site errors. With Appfail’s error detection and in-depth analytics, organizations can now know when their site fails and react immediately to prevent impact to their business and the bottom line.
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