Appvance Joins the Vendor Forum
September 16, 2015
Pete Goldin
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Tony Rems, CTO at Appvance, has joined the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

Rems is a 30-year veteran of high-tech in Silicon Valley. After years as a developer and developer manager with companies such as Unisoft, Fujitsu, and Oracle, Rems joined CKS where he led the creation of GM's first global, dynamic website, IBM's first e-commerce site, and the first click-and-mortar for Walgreens. In 2003, he founded his own technology firm and digital agency, ThoughtMatrix, serving as the Managing Partner. The agency was subsequently acquired by Rauxa, where Rems served as CTO and continued his leadership with clients such as Verizon Wireless, Farmers, GE and many others, prior to his exit in early 2015.

Appvance provides the a DevOps unified automated test platform. Built from the ground up with agile and cloud services in mind, Appvance offers true Beginning-to-End data-driven unified functional, performance, compatibility, and synthetic APM testing, enabling users to quickly uncover client-side and server-side issues in a fraction of the time of traditional testing solutions. The Appvance platform drives quality and velocity for DevOps-oriented or traditional development shops, showing 5x to 10x overall productivity improvements over siloed QA tools. Founded in 2012 by a team of experienced industry veterans, Appvance is a venture-backed company headquartered in San Jose CA, funded by Staenberg Ventures, Social Internet Fund, FundersClub, Three Bridges Ventures and HB Asset Management.

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