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Epson UK look back on 12 months of using SciVisum’s unique User Journey monitoring, and see an improvement of 18% in their ability to deliver all functionality across all customer facing websites, with fast Journey performance , thus minimising lost sales.
Deri Jones of SciVisum writes in the July issue of Betting Business Interactive, on "Monitoring what the Betting customer sees"
Deri Jones, CEO of SciVisum, writes on 'Meeting the User Experience Challenge' - taking the 'Mobile First' strategy and updating it to a more User First approach, for the July issue of Mobile Marketing magazine.
SciVisum's Managed Load Test Service new dashboard enables clients to see key data as they watch live load tests in progress, while in conference with the Load Test Engineer.
Deri Jones, CEO of SciVisum, considers the impact of user experience on the bottom line of online gaming sites and apps in the ViewPoint feature for the June issue of iNTERGAMING magazine.
SockShop has been dressing feet and putting a spring in people’s step since 1983 by offering the finest quality socks and tights to its loyal customers. With the aid of SciVisum’s dynamic user-journey monitoring, SockShop has improved customer experience and achieved a 30% increase in the speed of…
SciVisum is pleased to be sponsoring the London Tester Gathering on Tuesday 23rd of April.
The Site Release Monitor compares user journey performance in terms of delivery, availability and value of lost sales/opportunities at regular, user specified intervals, following a tracked change to the site, for example an upgrade, development or any other alteration, at regular, specified intervals…
Deri Jones, CEO of SciVisum, was to be found navigating the Load Test peaks for Integrated Retailer Magazine and discussing the importance of defining your journeys around “reality based” as opposed to merely “rate based” metrics.