October 16, 2013

Don't Let App Performance Problems Drag You Down: Get Proactive

A recent IDG Research survey of both IT managers and business users proves that lost productivity is the most often-cited consequence of poor application performance: 73% of enterprises are losing productivity due to poor application performance.   The analysis in this report quantitatively defines the consequences of poor apps performance-- including facts and figures on lower customer satisfaction, limited business success, lower employee morale, and hampered innovation.  The good news:  the research also offers some advice on how to address the problem, along with quantitative analysis on what can happen if you improve if apps performance.

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