eG Innovations Announces eG Enterprise v7, A Complete User Experience Monitoring Solution for IT Infrastructures

Business Wire | January 31, 2020

eG Innovations Announces eG Enterprise v7, A Complete User Experience Monitoring Solution for IT Infrastructures
eG Innovations, a leading provider of application and infrastructure monitoring solutions, announced today the general availability of eG Enterprise v7, the latest release of its flagship product. eG Enterprise v7 is a complete user experience monitoring solution, providing insights into all aspects of user experience for IT operations and development teams. “IT monitoring has often focused on just monitoring resources. Today, user experience is the ultimate measure of an IT organization’s success,” says Srinivas Ramanathan, CEO of eG Innovations. “User experience is not just about application responsiveness. It also includes mean time to repair problems, accuracy of problem resolution, proactiveness of monitoring, and the ability to plan capacity upgrades intelligently. eG Enterprise v7 addresses all of these aspects of user experience.”

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