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PreEmptive Solutions Launches Industry’s First Application Analytics Workbench

PreEmptive Solutions announced the production release of PreEmptive Analytics Workbench™, an application analytics platform measuring application adoption, feature usage, user preferences, and exceptions.

“We built the Workbench for development teams that recognize the value of application analytics in improving quality and usability but who aren’t served by analytics built for web sites,” said Gabriel Torok, CEO of PreEmptive Solutions.

PreEmptive Analytics Workbench capabilities include:

Near real-time monitoring of production application usage across

  • Enterprise and PC-based applications running .NET, Java, C++, and JavaScript, and
  • Modern and mobile apps running on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Win8.

On-premises or private hosting of runtime data ensuring end-to-end control and governance.

Extensibility points at index, query, and dashboard layers providing both “out-of-the-box” reporting and powerful customized experiences.

Deep integration with Visual Studio and PreEmptive Analytics for Team Foundation Server allowing development organizations to leverage the powerful ALM capabilities of Microsoft’s development tools.

“For organizations seeking insight into the behavior and use of their applications, Preemptive Analytics Workbench is a flexible solution particularly well suited to environments in which telemetry must remain behind a firewall,” said James Phillips, Director, Application Insights at Microsoft. “Integration with Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio enhances the value of those solutions while filling out capabilities critical to a modern ALM or DevOps process.”

Pricing for PreEmptive Analytics Workbench starts at $7,500 USD.

About PreEmptive Solutions

PreEmptive Solutions’ software and managed services monitor, measure and protect applications across cloud, on-premises, Internet and mobile platforms. Leveraging PreEmptive’s application analytics and protection solutions, development organizations materially improve application quality, user satisfaction and development ROI across today’s distributed and increasingly heterogeneous computing architectures. For more information, visit www.preemptive.com or call +1 440.443.7200.

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