Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 06-20-2013

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Multi-Functional  56% say their organization supports a main Website that serves traditional browsers and another one customized for mobile devices.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Missing Metric  34% of CIOs say their company is not tracking how quickly their Website loads on mobile devices.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Downtime  27% don’t monitor Website performance 24/7.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Crunch Time  21% say they don’t measure Website response time for mission-critical transactions, such as e-commerce and database-record retrieval.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Alarming Situation  Only 28% get immediate alerts at the first sign of a problem with their Web services.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Behind the Curve  Just 20% say they always resolve issues on Web services before customers notice them.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Online Overload  Four of five are aware of events that cause peak traffic on their sites.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

See No Evil   44% either do not have the ability to take on heavy load testing or simply choose not to do so.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance

Missing the Memo  Only 27% say the marketing department always gives notice about Web plans before they’re launched.

Companies Failing to Track Website Performance