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Neotys Announces Super Sunday Service Packages to Enhance Performance of Web and Mobile Applications

Neotys, a leader in easy-to-use, cost-effective load and performance testing tools for web and mobile applications, today announced Neotys Super Sunday Service Packages for companies concerned about their mobile and Web application performance during times of high traffic spikes, like those seen by advertisers during the Super Bowl.

“According to Yottaa, a Boston based company that monitored all the Super Bowl advertisers' sites in 2012, three sites crashed and other sites experienced significant performance degradation and links that didn’t work,” said Gerald Labie, CEO Neotys USA Inc. “When you are spending millions for a 30-second commercial, you want to leave your visitors with a positive experience, not a frustrating one. Another company, Gomez, the web performance division of Compuware, states that the average online shopper expects your pages to load in two seconds or less; after three seconds, up to 40% will abandon your site.”

A Neotys Service Package is the fastest way for companies to get load and performance testing results for their web and mobile applications, the only way to ensure that you are ready for your “Super Sunday,” whatever traffic-spike causing event it may be. It is designed for organizations that have projects with tight timeframes or need expert help to design, run and analyze a test plan and for companies that are bringing load testing in-house and require help to get up and running. By selecting a Neotys Service Package, customers receive a fully “shrink wrapped” solution of tools and services including test design through results analysis and recommendations. It is completely customizable to accommodate testing needs regardless of scale or complexity. The test results are delivered to customers in the form of a formal performance report which documents the performance of the application under test, identifies bottlenecks and recommends a course of action. In addition, Neotys will provide knowledge transfer on how the tests were executed along with the recorded scenarios themselves so customers can reuse for future tests.

To deliver testing services, Neotys uses NeoLoad, its load and performance software that simulates user activity and analyzes server behavior. The solution allows users to test more quickly, efficiently and frequently, enabling faster deployment of Internet, intranet and mobile applications. NeoLoad supports all web technologies including HTML5, SPDY, AJAX PUSH, Adobe Flex, AIR, Silverlight, RTMP, SAP, and Siebel among others. NeoLoad also recreates real network conditions under load while supporting mobile devices including Android, iOS, Windows Mobile and Blackberry.

“The fact is, companies running large promotions expect to drive people to their websites,” said Labie. “History shows us that when users are frustrated by poor user experiences, it results in lost revenue and damage to the brand. If companies invested in a load testing solution like ours that addresses not only application performance from various browsers and devices but emulates the network (3G, 4G LTE, WiFi…) as well, this type of large scale performance degradation would be completely preventable.”

Super Sunday On-Demand Load & Performance Testing in 4 Easy Steps

To get started with a free Super Sunday Service Package assessment, complete the following steps:

1. Fill out the online form

2. Confirm package with an engineer (receive call within 1 working day)

3. Receive a quote and statement of work

4. Get started and you’ll be on your way to getting actionable test results!

For more information on the Neotys Services packages, contact the company at www.neotys.com

About Neotys

Since 2005, Neotys has helped over 1,000 customers in more than 60 countries enhance the reliability, performance, and quality of their web and mobile applications. The best-in-class NeoLoad load & performance testing solution is flexible, easy to use with infinite scalability from the cloud and support for all web 2.0 and mobile technologies. All this is backed by a dedicated team of Neotys professional services and support to ensure your success. For more information about Neotys and NeoLoad visit: www.neotys.com or contact [email protected].

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