New York, NY (PRWEB) December 03, 2013
OpTier (http://www.optier.com), a pioneer in analytics-driven, SaaS-based Application Performance Management (APM), announced today it is hosting a complimentary webinar on Thursday, Dec. 5th led by TRAC Research President and Principal Analyst Bojan Simic. To register for the webinar, visit http://go.optier.com/TransactionMonitoring.html.
Simic will share research findings demonstrating how transaction-centric APM can help businesses proactively address application performance issues. “TRAC's research from more than 600 user organizations shows that organizations taking a transaction-centric approach to APM are more effective in identifying and resolving issues with application performance,” said Simic.
The webinar will highlight some of the key findings from TRAC’s research, including:
“The modern proliferation of business transactions has fundamentally redefined how companies leverage data to manage application performance,” said Andy Wild, President of OpTier. “As we’re seeing with our customers, the ability to track transactions across the entire IT infrastructure is paying huge dividends and empowering businesses to convert IT intelligence into tangible business value.”
To register for the “Transaction Monitoring Trumps All” webinar on December 5th, visit http://go.optier.com/TransactionMonitoring.html.
OpTier, headquartered in New York, is a pioneer in the Application Performance Monitoring (APM) space. OpTier offers a simple and cloud-based APM solution that empowers application owners, quality assurance (QA) professionals, DevOps teams, and IT operations managers to proactively detect and resolve application problems before they affect the business and customers. OpTier works with businesses such as Aflac, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Morgan Stanley, O2 and Wells Fargo – to help convert application intelligence into tangible business value.
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