BANGALORE: Compuware Corporation, the technology performance company, announced recently that it has been awarded the 2011 Frost and Sullivan Global Company of the Year Award in the cloud-based application monitoring market.
In a recent analysis of the cloud-based monitoring market conducted by Frost and Sullivan’s Test and Measurement research team, Compuware and other companies were evaluated in five categories including growth strategy excellence, growth implementation excellence, degree of innovation with products and technologies, leadership in customer value and leadership in market penetration.
Compuware received the highest scores of vendor in all five categories, as well as the highest overall rating. “The company has set new standards in the cloud-based application monitoring market by offering the industry’s first end-to-end application monitoring solution,” said Srihari Padmanabhan, Global senior research analyst of test and measurement at Frost and Sullivan, in the report.
Padmanabhan stated, “Compuware has achieved huge success with its Gomez product line. Being the only company to offer end-to-end visibility into application performance, it has been able to achieve a distinguished position in the application monitoring market.”
“We are honoured to be recognised by Frost and Sullivan as company of the year for our leadership and innovation in the cloud-based application monitoring market. Thousands of customers use our cloud-based APM solution every day to ensure the success of their business critical transactions. This award attests to our strategic commitment to cloud-based application monitoring and the value our APM solution brings to our customers,” said John Van Siclen, General Manager of Compuware’s Application Performance Management (APM) business unit.