SOASTA Director of Content Joins the Vendor Forum
February 02, 2017
Pete Goldin
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Tammy Everts, Director of Content and Editorial at of SOASTA, has joined the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

Everts has spent the past two decades obsessed with the many factors that go into creating the best possible user experience. As Director of Content and Editorial at SOASTA, she explores the intersection between web performance, UX, and business metrics. Everts is a frequent speaker at events including IRCE, Shop.org Summit, Velocity, and Smashing Conference. She is the author of Time Is Money: The Business Value of Web Performance (O'Reilly, 2016).

SOASTA is a provider of performance analytics. The SOASTA Digital Performance Management (DPM) Platform enables digital business owners to gain continuous performance insights into their real user experience on mobile and web devices in real time and at scale. With more than 100 million tests performed and more than 400 billion user experiences measured, tested and optimized, SOASTA is trusted by 53 of the Top 100 internet retailers, six of the Forbes Top 10 media companies and seven of the Forbes Top 10 tech companies, including Apple, Target, Nordstrom, Staples, Home Depot, Sears, Walmart, Etsy, Best Buy, Adobe, Intuit, Microsoft, DIRECTV, Netflix and CBS. SOASTA is privately held and headquartered in Mountain View CA.

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