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 Learning.com is now using AlertSite's®  DéjàClick(TM) Business Transaction Monitor  to measure and monitor the performance of its Web-delivered curriculum and assessment platforms.
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Learning.com is now using AlertSite's® DéjàClick(TM) Business Transaction Monitor to measure and monitor the performance of its Web-delivered curriculum and assessment platforms.

Learning.com uses DéjàClick to monitor its customer-facing applications, and test new pages, designs, and code.If response times of Web pages, components, or transactions fall below a set threshold, Learning.com is notified immediately by e-mail, cell phone, SMS message, telephone call, pager, or desktop monitor. Reports, generated every half hour, provide a complete picture of Learning.com's performance and availability, enabling the company's engineers to identify performance patterns, predict where and what problems might occur in the future, and take action to resolve and prevent them.

DéjàClick uses TrueUser technology to capture and record the Web experience from the actual end user's perspective. It automatically detects and adjusts for human think time, cookie-based form filling, differences between first-time and repeat users, network activity, third-party-generated content, and other RIA dynamics.

For more information or to sign up for a free trial, visit www.AlertSite.com.

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