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How is AppDynamics keeping financial firms three steps ahead?

Financial services firms expect applications that are easy to use regardless of device, that are highly available, and that perform well, even during peak times. Connect app performance and customer experience to business outcomes with a smarter approach to performance management with AppDynamics.

Managing applications in financial services is different than in any other industry. Regulations play a pivotal role in the development and support of banks’ business-critical applications, and these regulations often make application management more difficult. AppDynamics can help create better digital experiences, faster, with real-time performance monitoring. Up your velocity and keep teams focused on customer needs with application performance monitoring solutions.

Monitor every critical swipe, tap, and click. The AppDynamics unified suite of application and business performance monitoring solutions helps ensure that every part of even the most complex financial services environments—from software to infrastructure to business outcomes—is highly visible, optimized, and primed to drive growth.

Application performance can have a significant impact on customer satisfaction. The Cisco® and AppDynamics solution gives customers comprehensive visibility from code to consumer and everything in between.


The AppDynamics platform has provided RBNZ with over $38,000 in productivity savings in the first year by reducing the time developers spend on support activities.
—Reserve Bank of New Zealand

For the 5th straight year AppDynamics has been recognized as a leader in the annual Gartner Magic Quadrant for APM.

Businesses who boosted customer retention rates by as little as 5% saw increases in their profits ranging from 5% to a whopping 95%.
—Fred Reichheld of Bain & Company

Reserve Bank of New Zealand cuts pre-production problems by 75% with AppDynamics.
—Reserve Bank of New Zealand

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