Crittercism is an app performance management platform that monitors errors within mobile apps and problems with the cloud services – such as AWS, Azure and social networks – that interact with apps. The company says it helps publishers and developers understand the impact such errors have on their business overall and produces regular reports on the revenue impact of app downtime.
Crittercism supports multiple mobile operating systems, including Android, iOS, HTML5 and Windows Phone. The company is based San Francisco. Investors include Google Ventures, VMware and Accenture.
- Transaction management to measure revenue performance
- Dashboard reports and notifications
- Security RBAC to ensure end users’ identities are obscured
- Built for scale
- Flexible deployment
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