Catchpoint Systems, Inc. provides Web performance monitoring solutions to optimize and protect the speed and uptime of client’s Website, applications, and infrastructure with analytics, alerting, and troubleshooting worldwide. It transforms the way businesses manage, monitor, and test the performance of online applications. The company offers synthetic monitoring, accurate data, measure exactly, multi-step transactional testing, mobile monitoring, enterprise monitoring, smart alerting, debugging and troubleshooting, robust and adaptive analytics, real user measurement, performance, engagement and revenue tracking, extended visibility, comprehensive reporting, custom metrics, A/B testing moni...
237 West 35th Street
New York, NY 10001
Founded in 2008
Catchpoint Systems, Inc. Announces General Availability of New Real User Measurement (RUM) Solution, Glimpse
Dec 10 13
Catchpoint Systems, Inc. announced the general availability of its new Real User Measurement (RUM) solution, Glimpse. Designed to give companies a better understanding of the quality of their actual website user experiences to drive business success, Glimpse provides a comprehensive view of end user experience, website performance and engagement. Companies are increasingly tracking actual user engagement to see if and how conversions correlate to the performance of the website. Catchpoint's performance monitoring solutions help companies improve the speed, reliability and availability of their web and mobile services to ensure customer satisfaction and protect sales revenue. Glimpse bridges the gap between marketing, business and IT by delivering a platform to better understand the relationship between web service speed, sales revenue and user engagement. It empowers IT professionals to arm business and marketing decision makers with a better understanding of the real user experience, including how different user components and environments affect page speed. In addition, it allows them to easily correlate performance against revenue and engagement metrics, as well as key backend infrastructure metrics (server name, processing time) against user interactions.