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Pay Attention : How Performance Affects User Experience and Your Bottom Line, and What to Do About It

by Jonah Kowall  |  September 9, 2014  |  15 Comments

I’ve been eagerly awaiting the publication of this new research. I worked with colleagues from other coverage areas including Magnus Revang, who focuses on application development (UI/UX), Magnus did most of the work on this note and really drove it. I helped with contributions and work, along with Ray Valdes who covers web technologies and social platforms. The result of this was a really interesting research note we pull in a lot of research around performance and speed, and how this is related to your bottom line. Additionally we start to dig into why performance is critical when it comes to user experience, and the relationship between efficiency, engagement, and performance. We then move towards the recommendations as to how to measure, improve, and iterate on performance improvements including a lot of free and commercial tools to help with these steps.

Clients can find the research here :

How Performance Affects User Experience and Your Bottom Line, and What to Do About It

You can follow and interact with the authors on twitter:

Magnus Revang @MagnusRevang

Ray Valdez @rayval

Jonah Kowall @jkowall

 

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Jonah Kowall
Research Vice President
3.5 years with Gartner
20 years IT industry

Jonah Kowall is a research Vice President in Gartner's IT Operations Research group. He focuses on application performance monitoring (APM), Unified Monitoring, Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics (NPMD), Infrastructure Performance Monitoring (IPM), IT Operations Analytics (ITOA), and general application and infrastructure availability and performance monitoring technologies. Read Full Bio


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  3. Jonah Kowall is a research Vice President in Gartner’s IT Operations Research group. He focuses on application performance monitoring (APM), Unified Monitoring, Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics (NPMD), Infrastructure Performance Monitoring (IPM), IT Operations Analytics (ITOA), and general application and infrastructure availability and performance

  4. Jonah Kowall is a research Vice President in Gartner’s IT Operations Research group. He focuses on application performance monitoring (APM), Unified Monitoring, Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics (NPMD), Infrastructure Performance Monitoring (IPM), IT Operations Analytics (ITOA), and general application and infrastructure availability

  5. Jonah Kowall is a research Vice President in Gartner’s IT Operations Research group. He focuses on application performance monitoring (APM), Unified Monitoring, Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics (NPMD), Infrastructure Performance Monitoring (IPM), IT Operations Analytics (ITOA), and general application and

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  8. in today life users experience is the key for all companys



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