Gartner’s recent report ‘Now Tech: End-User Experience Management, Q3 2020’ provides valuable insight into the evolution of digital experience monitoring technologies. The research suggests that I&O leaders must use Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) solutions to optimize user experience across application environments and align technology KPIs to business metrics.
The post-pandemic workforce is expected to remain remote for a while. In such a case, many organizations have, and are expected to make several changes to adapt. For instance, more and more companies would want to gain better visibility into connectivity, endpoints, and application performance to ensure productivity is not hampered. By 2025, it is expected that 70% of digital business initiatives will require business leaders to report on business metrics from the digital experience.
Adopting the right technology can help monitor the availability, performance, and quality of experience an end-user receives when they interact with an application and its supporting infrastructure. With the help of such technologies, organizations can gain a comprehensive view into end-user experience, analyze business outcomes, and take measures to improve performance.
Ideally, digital device experience should be analyzed in the context of the capabilities and primary objectives of its subcomponent technologies, such as:
The integration of these technologies helps organizations gain an in-depth view into customer experience and how it impacts the business.
IT teams are beginning to have lesser control over their applications and endpoints – thanks to the remote work adoption and workloads gradually moving to the cloud. This has made it imperative for IT to expand its monitoring capabilities. DDX tools provide organizations critical monitoring capabilities and better visibility into their end-user devices. In addition, DDX tools enable organizations to determine the business impact of degraded performance and help take proactive measures to mitigate losses.
Based on Gartner estimates, the adoption of such technologies is expected to see a surge in the coming years.
Investment on DEM in 2020 is expected to be between $600 million and $800 million, with a five-year CAGR of approximately 10%.
As more and more organizations adopt and evolve their working patterns, it becomes important that user experience is monitored and analyzed closely.
End-user activity monitoring is critical in understanding performance bottlenecks and improving overall productivity. A real-time user activity tracking mechanism can help organizations immensely in detecting and resolving IT issues proactively. In addition, it can reduce the Mean Time to Resolution (MTTR) for organizations and improve employee experience significantly.
Adopting a proactive resolution process is key in the digital experience monitoring process. When IT teams detect system and performances proactively, it enhances the overall experience with end user devices.
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