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November 27, 2013 No Comments

Source: OpTier

NEW YORK, NY (USA) —Nov. 14, 2013 — OpTier, a pioneer in analytics-driven, SaaS-based Application Performance Management (APM) and transaction-based Big Data Analytics, announced today it was recognized as an ‘Emerging Vendor’ in a new research report titled “IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Production APM Software as a Service 2013 Vendor Analysis.”

The report, produced by global analyst firm IDC, examines the current state of the APM SaaS market and evaluates vendors across a wide variety of technical and operational criteria. The methodology behind the evaluation uses both quantitative and qualitative assessments of vendors’ characteristics that explain vendors’ success in the marketplace and can help anticipate vendors’ ascendancy.

“Vendors that will be most successful in the worldwide production APM SaaS arena will be those that can deliver rapid time to value via unified, intuitive graphical user interfaces, advanced yet accessible analytics, seamless integrations across service modules, and ever-increasing scalability in terms of the scope, breadth, and depth of coverage,” states Mary Johnston Turner, IDC research vice president, Enterprise Systems Management Software.

OpTier’s SaaS-based APM solution was lauded in the report and recognized for its ability to produce rich application insights in just mere clicks. Leveraging end-to-end transaction tracing and predictive analytics, OpTier’s SaaS solution helps companies of all sizes proactively manage and optimize application performance.

“Inclusion in the IDC MarketScape report is a testament to our talented engineer corps who have been tirelessly committed to delivering state-of-the-art APM capabilities since day one,” said Andy Wild, President of OpTier. “Our ability to dramatically simplify application management within complex IT environments has helped us capitalize on booming demand for feature-rich, light-weight application monitoring.”

For more information about the IDC report, visit http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=243716.

About OpTier

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. To learn more about OpTier, visit www.optier.com.

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