AlertSite has a plethora of agile products that help businesses monitor each visitor’s online experience across browsers, thus ensuring quality control. So, whether it’s Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer and now Google Chrome – software by this company check for both Web page monitoring as well as multi-step Web transactions. In 2012, for example, AlertSite monitored more than 1.3 billion Web pages.
AlertSite's DéjàClick, launched in 2006, was the first ever inside-the-browser Web performance monitoring technology. It automatically builds testing scripts by following users' clicks to define monitoring scenarios. With the update, a single scenario recording can be used to measure performance in all of the major Web browsers.
More than one million developers, testers and operations professionals use SmartBear tools to ensure the quality and performance of their desktop, mobile, Web and cloud-based applications.
“Delivering high-quality experiences to online visitors using all major browsers is an absolute imperative today, and SmartBear makes it easy and straight-forward to understand both functional website availability and Web performance via Chrome as well as Internet Explorer and Firefox,” said Ken Godskind, VP Monitoring Services at SmartBear. “This recent upgrade with AlertSite represents what is happening with the use of browsers in the market today. Regardless of the browser used, AlertSite provides businesses with the valuable insight into the online experiences of their users."
A company release said browser statistics and trends showed that Google's Chrome had grown by more than 25 percent globally, and among the more technically savvy was approaching 50 percent penetration. Thus, customer-facing business processes working at an optimum level across all browsers was critical to the success of any organization.
Last October SmartBear Software had won as many as five ATI Automation Honours at the TestKIT Testing and Testing Automation Conference in the US. It was recognized as one of the products improving the quality of life for testing professionals.
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