Application Usage Patterns, End-User Behavior

Bridge the gap between the enterprise and the cloud with innovative assessment, migration and monitoring solutions that allow organizations of all sizes to efficiently and safely transition existing applications to the cloud.

  • How much of the Microsoft Office suite do employees actually use?
  • What is the actual cost-savings of Google Apps vs. Office 365 vs. within the existing environment?
  • Which features of Outlook do employees use most frequently?
  • Is the cloud more reliable than the on-premises infrastructure?

We’re developing a product that is an automated data-driven solution that provides a detailed analysis of application usage patterns, end-user behavior, TCO of existing on-premises infrastructure and comparisons to cloud-based alternatives.  An automated assessment of Microsoft Exchange and desktop environments answers critical questions like:


  • Own large parts of the product and be responsive to a growing set of customers and partners
  • Engineer every aspect of the product across the full stack – from database, to ops and UI
  • Enhance and scale the product and team to meet the needs of our business and partners
  • Expand our Ruby-on-Rails codebase to drive the automation, management and monitoring of hybrid cloud systems

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