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How Ticket Sales Broke Barriers for Glastonbury 2019

10/11/18 / by Alex Painter posted in website performance, User Experience, Monitoring Insights, synthetic monitoring, Glastonbury, Load testing, Performance testing

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Glastonbury remains the most in-demand UK festival so it’s no longer a surprise to see the website crash on mainstream ticket-release day. The 2019 event sold out in 30 minutes, with a record number of people trying to buy tickets.

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Achieve Better Business Outcomes With Customer Experience Insights

8/15/18 / by Alex Painter posted in User Experience, Customer Experience Insights, Monitoring Insights, Performance testing, business outcomes, business KPIs, Digital Performance Management, real user monitoring, performance monitoring

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By improving load times to just under a second, COOK saw a seven-percent increase in conversion rates. At Eggplant, we deliver insights that result in better customer experiences and drive better business results — something we call Customer Experience Optimization (CXO). With this in mind, we recently renamed a number of our solutions to better reflect the outcomes they’re designed to help organizations achieve.

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Three Key Lessons from Amazon’s Prime Day Performance Problems

8/7/18 / by Alex Painter posted in continuous monitoring, customer experience optimization, Real Customer Insights, Monitoring Insights, website performance, synthetic monitoring, Customer Experience Insights, User Experience, Performance testing, performance monitoring

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Just one hour of downtime cost Amazon an estimated $100 million in lost sales. Unless you were completely off the grid, you’re well aware of the performance issues Amazon and its shoppers experienced on what was touted to be the biggest Prime Day in the company’s history.

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Valentine’s Day: the Worst Day to Break Up with Your Customers

2/21/18 / by Alex Painter posted in website performance, KPIs, Monitoring Insights, Performance testing, Load testing

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Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is big business.

It’s hard to avoid the ads, the promotions and the special offers, all dedicated to getting us to part with our hard-earned cash in return for some romantic gesture or other.

Away from the high-street stores, the restaurants and the garage forecourts, many consumers were doing their Valentine’s Day shopping online

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